- Roddell Carter
Roddell  Carter


Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Last College:
Georgia Military College

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 220

Wide Receiver



Coming off second season at UAB ... transferred to UAB after playing one year at Georgia Military College ... listed as No. 1 "X" wide receiver entering fall practice ... had four catches for 53 yards in spring game last April ... enters senior season with 30 career receptions for 431 yards.

2009: Started all 12 games at wide receiver ... finished year with 14 catches for 225 yards with one touchdown (a 34-yarder vs. UTEP) ... recorded a season-high three catches for 54 yards at East Carolina ... had two receptions against three teams (Ole Miss, Florida Atlantic and UTEP) ... registered long receptions of 42 yards against Ole Miss and East Carolina ... also had one rush during the season, a 29-yarder against Marshall.

2008: Saw action in all 12 games for the Blazers in his first season at UAB ... ranked No. 5 on the team in receptions with 16 catches for 206 yards ... caught season-high four passes for 74 yards against Houston ... had long reception for the season against the Cougars of 38 yards ... also had three catches for 54 yards against Marshall a week later ... best stretch during the season was three-game period vs. Houston, Marshall and Southern Miss when he had nine catches for 145 yards.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Attended Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, Ga. ... played for coach Bert Williams ... ranked as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... competed in eight contests during freshman season, catching 24 passes for 389 yards ... averaged 16.2 yards per catch ... racked up five touchdowns during freshman campaign ... did not play during 2007 season due to an injury.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Wando High School in South Carolina where he earned Region 7AAAA all-star accolades his senior season by the Charleston Post and Courier ... coached by Bob Hayes ... listed by the Herald-Journal as No. 32 in the Fabulous 50 players in the state of South Carolina ... participated in the North Carolina/South Carolina Shrine Bowl which featured the top players from their respective state ... tabbed third-team all-state.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 31, 1988 at Charleston, S.C. ... son of Dell Alston-Carter and Roger Carter ... major is psychology.