1. Noah Carter

    Noah Carter

    Height: 5" 11' | Weight: 167lbs

    Class of 2025 | OK

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    Kohl's Comments

    Carter had his best showing to date at the 2024 Kohl's Texas Spring Ranking Camp. He showed increased command of his "A" ball on field goals and kickoffs and also charted punts at the camp. He scored 7 points in the field goal charting and connected with a big ball of 71 yards with 3.85 seconds of hang time in the kickoff charting. During the punt portion of camp he flashed excellent potential and connected with a big ball of 43 yards with 3.85 seconds of hang time. Carter competed at the 2023 Kohl's Texas December Showcase Camp. He is right on the edge of being in the 4.5 rankings. He scored 7 points in the field goal charting, and he connected with some excellent balls during the drill work portion of camp. His biggest charted kickoff at camp was 68 yards with 3.40 seconds of hang time and his overall score was 101.95.

    Athlete Bio

    My name is Noah Carter and I will be graduating Jenks High School in 2025 (6A Oklahoma). I've also been formally trained by former NFL kicker Jason Staurovsky who played for the St. Louis Cardinals, New England Patriots, and NY Jets. I'm a top level AP student who has also taken classical piano since the age of 5 and active in my church and community with over 140 service hours. I'm highly competitive and driven and aspire to attend a college that has the highest standards in sports and academics.

    Academics

    • GPA: 4.16
    • ACT: 29

    Ranking Camp Results

    MARCH 23, 2024 SPRING RANKING EVENT

    DECEMBER 9, 2023 TEXAS WINTER SHOWCASE

    OCTOBER 22, 2023 FALL RANKING EVENT - DALLAS, TX

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