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Tennessee Commit Visiting Colorado This Weekend

Boo Carter
Tennessee class of 2024 target Boo Carter. Photo via Boo Carter (@boo_Carter6) on Twitter.

Tennessee football commit Boo Carter is visiting Boulder this weekend for Colorado’s matchup against Colorado State, Volquest’s Matt Ray first reported Monday night.

Carter is one of Tennessee’s top commits in its 2024 recruiting class. The Chattanooga native ranks as a four-star recruit and the No. 226 player in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings. Carter also ranks as the No. 4 prospect in the state of Tennessee.

The Bradley Central standout has been making impressive plays on the field throughout the first month of the high school season. The two-way star transferred to play for the Bears this offseason where he’s teammates with Tennessee football commit Marcus Goree Jr.

Carter committed to Tennessee football in June over a top group which included Colorado, Michigan, Ohio State and Oregon. At the time, Carter’s decision came down to Tennessee and Michigan but Deion Sanders and Colorado’s fast start to the season have given them another chance to sway the athlete from his home state school.

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Sanders and Colorado are the biggest story of the first two weeks of the college football season. Sanders sent shockwaves through the college football world this offseason when he overhauled the roster with 50-plus transfers this offseason.

The moves have worked well to date. After going 1-11 last season, Colorado is off to a 2-0 start to the season with wins over TCU and Nebraska. The eyes of college football are turning towards Boulder this week with ESPN’s College Gameday and FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff going to Colorado for its instate matchup with Colorado State.

Tennessee football’s 2024 recruiting class currently contains 20 commits and ranks seventh nationally according to the 247sports team rankings.

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  1. I hope he doesn’t want to play both ways or just offense bad enough to flip. We should let him play both sides if he shows he’s good enough.

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