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Name:Michael Carter
Hometown:Navarre, FL
High School:Navarre
Recruit Rating:3 Stars
Height/Weight:5-9, 195
Position:Running Back
Notes:Football
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Video: North Carolina Football - 3 To Watch
North Carolina is looking for a fresh start with Mack Brown after a disappointing 2018 season. Several key players are back for the Tar Heels...

The UNCUT video series features UNC athletes you love and the stories they want to tell
Garrison Brooks of the UNC men’s basketball team, Michael Carter and Jake Lawler of the football team, and Brianna Pinto of the women’s soccer team...

Trio of running backs set to lead UNC at Saturday's spring game and beyond
This season, the North Carolina football team likely will have a three-headed attack at running back with rising senior Antonio Williams, rising junior Michael Carter,...

Video: What Are The Tar Heels Saying About Spring Football?
Four North Carolina football players spoke to reporters on Tuesday about how spring practice is going and how they are adjusting to the new schemes...

Chansky’s Notebook: Two .500 Football Teams?
Would you believe the Blue Devils have rushed for 1,474 yards this season and given up 1,805 on the ground? And that UNC’s three running...

One Play Away
The Tar Heels are 1-3 this year in one-score games, though Saturday’s loss fell outside of that range. This team is not as bad as...

Video: UNC Players Post-Georgia Tech Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina dropped its fifth consecutive football game Saturday as Georgia Tech left Kenan Stadium with a 38-28 victory. The Tar Heels fell to 1-7...

Carolina Insider Podcast: GT Preview, Basketball Is Back, Michael Carter
Hosts Jones Angell of the Tar Heel Sports Network and Adam Lucas of GoHeels.com preview Friday's basketball exhibition against Mount Olive and Saturday's football game...

Video: UNC Players Post-Virginia Locker Room Interviews
North Carolina couldn’t find a way to stop Virginia quarterback Bryce Perkins on Saturday, and as a result the Tar Heels fell to the Cavaliers,...

Dazz Newsome Emerging as All-Purpose Talent
Entering the season, North Carolina’s various offensive weapons served as talking points, ranging from running backs Michael Carter and Antonio Williams to wide receivers Anthony...


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