Other top offers
Georgia, LSU, Ohio State, Clemson, Florida State
The son of Vol great defensive back/kick returner Dale Carter, Warrior is a consensus top-200 player nationally who is ranked as high as No. 40 overall in the nation by Rivals.com. It was a hectic recruitment for Warrior, as he kept things pretty close to the chest throughout the whole thing. But Warrior signed with Tennessee on National Signing Day, following in his father’s footsteps.
RTI average: 4-stars
How He Fits
Warrior is a fluid athlete who makes plays in all three phases for his high school team, but most likely projects as a safety if he ends up at UT. Like his father, he has great instincts and when he does get his hands on the ball in a return situation, whether that be on an interception or special teams, he knows what to do with it – regularly taking it back for huge gains in his high school film. He’s a touch over 6-feet tall, runs in the 4.4-4.5 range and has enough of a frame to bulk up to 190-200 pounds or so when he gets to college. With Brian Randolph and LaDarrell McNeil heading into their senior season in 2015, the Vols will be looking to add some help at safety in this class.