| Brian Carter
5-11 · 190
The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands)
Speedy, quick and experienced five-year player who played in 42 career games at wide receiver and on special teams ... recorded 21 receptions for 310 yards and a TD for his career ... started the first eight games at flanker in 2005 ... missed three games due to injury ... posted 18 receptions for 263 yards in 2005 ... played in 10 games and started three in 2004 ... entered 2004 competing for the starting job at flanker and started the first two games of the season before missing the following two games due to injury ... played in all 13 games in 2003, seeing action on offense in eight games and appearing on special teams in every contest ... spent the 2002 season as a redshirt ... gained valuable experience while playing in nine games as a true freshman in 2001 ... also an outstanding student who is on pace to graduate in December.
Started the first eight games at flanker in 2005 ... missed three games due to injury ... made 18 receptions for 263 yards in 2005 ... set his career high in receptions with three in five different games ... opened with three receptions for a career-high 65 yards against La.-Lafayette, including a career-long 40-yarder ... had one catch for 13 yards at No. 4 Ohio State ... caught three passes against Missouri (31 yards), No. 24 Colorado (49 yards) and No. 10 Texas Tech (24 yards) ... made three receptions, including two on UT's final TD drive, for 52 yards in Texas' 41-38 victory over USC for the National Championship.
Played in 10 games and started three in 2004 ... had one catch for 16 yards versus North Texas ... entered the fall competing for the starting job at flanker and started the first two games of the season there before missing the following two games due to injury ... caught one pass for 16 yards versus North Texas ... also earned strarting nod against Missouri.
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2003)
Played in all 13 games, seeing action on offense in eight games and on special teams in 13 games ... redshirted in 2002.
Saw action in nine games as a reserve wide receiver ... caught two passes for 31 yards and a TD ... hauled in a 21-yard TD reception from Chance Mock against Kansas ... had a 10-yard reception against New Mexico State in his first collegiate game.
Coached by Weldon Willig at The Woodlands High ... a two-time first-team all-district performer on both offense and defense ... played wide receiver, cornerback and returned kicks ... registered 1,677 all-purpose yards (14.8 yards per touch) as a senior ... caught 52 passes for 733 yards and five touchdowns, rushed for 200 yards and three TDs (24 carries), averaged 13.2 yards per punt return and 28.2 yards per kickoff return (including one TD) in 2000 ... also had three interceptions at cornerback ... scored by rush, reception and kickoff return against Tomball ... posted 35 receptions for 340 yards and four TDs and rushed for a score as a junior ... had 17 tackles and three interceptions in 1999 ... also lettered twice as a sprinter and horizontal jumper in track ... set the school record in the triple jump (47-8).
Born 5/6/83 in Houston ... full name is Brian Christopher Carter ... also lived in Birmingham, Ala., (ages 1-4) and Baltimore, Md. (until he was 14) ... an accounting major ... a four-time member of UT's Athletics Director's Honor Roll ... active in UT's community service program ... member of the National Honor Society and boasted better than a 3.0 grade-point average as a prepster ... scored a 1350 on the SAT ... very active in community service projects ... played soccer and baseball for most of his youth ... brother, Kenny, also attended Texas ... was a member of The Woodlands' community service club "Interact."
Year G/GS Rec Yds Avg. TD Long
2005 10/8 18 263 14.6 0 40/ULL
2004 10/3 1 16 16.0 0 16/UNT
2003 13/0 0 0 0.0 0 --
2001 9/0 2 31 15.5 1 21t/KU
Career 42/11 21 310 14.8 1 40/ULL
3, five times
65 vs. ULL (Sr.)
1 vs. Kansas (Fr.)