2006 Scouting Report: Two-year letterman who has earned time as a reserve cornerback and special teams performer...poised to step into a larger role this season as an every-down contributor for Pitt's defense...will vie for a starting assignment at right cornerback...listed as the co-starter with junior Kennard Cox headed into fall training camp.
2005: Reserve cornerback who played in 10 games...had five tackles on the year...had two tackles versus Ohio and Connecticut.
2004: Played in six games to letter... had seven tackles, two pass breakups and a forced fumble (versus Connecticut) on the season...had a season-high two tackles three times (Ohio, Connecticut and Rutgers).
2003: Played in four contests during his first active collegiate season...made appearances versus Kent State, Ball State, Texas A&M and Rutgers...had a tackle assist versus Rutgers.
2002: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Two-year starter at cornerback for 2001 Florida 5A state champion Naples High...first team All-Collier County and honorable mention all-district... collected 64 tackles with 15 pass breakups and three interceptions as a senior...scored three touchdowns, including a 91-yard fumble return, 23-yard return of a blocked punt and 65-yard pass reception on a fake punt...helped Naples to a 12-2 record en route to the state title as a senior and a 7-3 mark and playoff berth his junior year... county, district and regional champion in the triple jump...ranked second in the state of Florida in the triple jump his senior year...listed among the nation's top 60 cornerback prospects by Student Sports... PrepStar Honorable Mention All-Southeast Region... earned three letters under Coach Bill Kramer.
Personal: Reggie V. Carter, born 10/28/82, is the son of Carolyn Carter...has one brother...economics major.
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