One of the quickest guards in the junior class, 5-foot-10 160 pound Demond Carter from Reserve Christian School in Reserve, LA, has been a popular young man among Division I college coaches this fall. Rivals.com caught up with the diminutive scoring machine last night for an update on his recruitment as he prepares for the upcoming season.
"Things are going well," Carter said. "I've been getting the most attention from Baylor and Arkansas. Those schools and Mississippi have been down to see me play."
Carter said that Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas are just a handful of the many other schools that have been in contact recently. He is still open to new schools getting involved.
Carter averaged 23.6 points, 6 assists, 4 rebounds, and 3 steals per game last season for the well traveled Reserve Christian squad, while leading them to the Lousiana Class B state title.
Carter says that he's doing well in school with a solid B average. He recently too the PSAT for the first time, but has not yet received his score.
Reserve Christian will once again criss-cross the country this year, playing events in Texas (twice), Arkansas, Florida, and Ohio.