9 Duron Carter

Duron Carter Ohio State
usaUnited States
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
High School
St. Thomas Aquinas
Past Teams
Ohio State

Post-OSU Update: Duron Carter had academic troubles in his one year at Ohio State. He was ineligible for the Rose Bowl following the 2009 season. In the spring, his academic indifference continued, leading to his transfer to Coffeyville Community College in Kansas. Carter then transferred to Alabama, where his career was derailed by failed drug tests (marijuana). He transferred to Florida Atlantic after never having played at Alabama. He did not suit up for the Owls, either.

Carter pursued an NFL career, but was not drafted in 2013. He spent time in the spring with two teams, but was cut by both. He then finally caught on in the CFL, making two All-Star teams in his career. Carter has also coached high school football in Florida. (updated: Jul. 2023)

Weight: 190 (2009)

High School: Fierce competitor who led St. Thomas Aquinas to back-to-back Florida state 5A titles … 15-0 record earned Raiders the No. 1 prep ranking in America … 39 receptions for 739 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior for Coach George Smith … Under Armour All-America game … first team all-Broward … Orlando Sentinel all-Southern … Rivals 100 #90 … Super Prep Florida Top 20 … Mobile Press-Register Super Southeast … also runs track.

Personal: Son of Melanie and Cris Carter … father, an NFL all-pro, was a Buckeye letterman from 1984-86 and still ranks second (as of 2009) with 168 career receptions at OSU.


SeasonTeamGGSRecRec YdsRec AvgRec TDLng2 Pt ConvFumLostPRPR YdsPR AvgPR TD
2009Ohio State12NA1317613.51400NANA22412.00