Report: Clemson 2017 DE target to announce today

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Zachary Carter - Defensive End
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Height: 6-5   Weight: 245   Hometown: Tampa, FL (Hillsborough HS)   Class: 2017

4-star 2017 strong-side defensive end Zachary Carter will announce his college choice around 3-4 pm today according to multiple reports.

Carter's top four schools have been reportedly Clemson, Florida, South Florida and Tennessee. His two biggest factors in his recruitment are academics and family atmosphere.

He is a consensus 4-star defensive end recruit by all the major recruiting services.

He has national offers from Auburn, Clemson, Colorado, Duke, FIU, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Miami, Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, South Carolina, South Florida, Temple, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Troy, USC, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Western Kentucky. Kentucky was the first school to offer.

In 2014, he had 73 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and four pass deflections.

Carter was in attendance for several sessions at the 2016 Dabo Swinney Camp and Clemson's 23-13 win over Florida State in Death Valley last season.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Zachary Carter Recruiting Profile
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