Drafted in the 4th round of 2011, Carter emerged as the Colts top backup coming out of training camp only to be surpassed by Donald Brown a quarter of the way into the season. That was unfortunate as starter Joseph Addai spent most of the year injured and Carter blew an opportunity to emerge as the teamís future starter at the running back position. The biggest knocks on Carterís rookie performance is that he failed to move the pile despite his 5í10Ē, 215 pound frame and he lacks breakaway speed. Heís also not much of a pass catcher out of the backfield. Basically, Carterís upside is as a two-down back who plays on a team that features an elite rookie quarterback prospect in a league thatís becoming pass heavy. If Carter struggles in short yardage in training camp and doesnít outplay rookie fifth-round pick Vick Ballard, donít bother taking a late round flier on him in your redraft league.
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