Former Clemson DB signing with Bills
Former Clemson defensive back Ryan Carter is signing as an undrafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills, Carter told TigerNet Saturday night.
"Excited about an opportunity, that’s all I can ask for! God is not good sometimes but all of the times!" Carter posted on Twitter shortly afterward.
Carter earned All-ACC honorable mention honors as a team co-captain last season with 31 tackles, two tackles for loss, a quarterback pressure, three interceptions for 12 yards and a touchdown, 10 pass breakups and a caused fumble in 686 snaps over 14 games (14 starts).
The Grayson High School (Ga.) product posted 83 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss, a sack, two quarterback pressures, four interceptions for 29 yards and a touchdown, 19 pass breakups, a caused fumble and recovered fumble in 1,546 snaps over 55 games (29 starts) in his career.
Carter was rated the No. 31 cornerback prospect by CBS Sports going into this week's NFL draft.
He joins two Tigers already in Buffalo in 2017 teammate Ray Ray McCloud (6th round draft pick Saturday) and Shaq Lawson.
Buffalo Bills! Excited about an opportunity, that’s all I can ask for! God is not good sometimes but all of the times!— Ryan Carter (@_CarterBoy) April 29, 2018
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