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18   Greg Carr
Greg Carr


Reddick, FL

High School:
North Marion

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 214



Florida State 33, Virginia 0 - November 4, 2006

Florida State 33, Virginia 0 - November 4, 2006 (photos courtesy of Associated Press)


· Led the team in receiving yards, yards per game and was tied for the team lead in TD catches.

· Second on the team in receptions.

· Had the longest reception on the team this season (54 yard TD versus Western Carolina).

· Led the Seminoles in yards per game for the second straight year.

· Joined Peter Warrick as the only other Seminole in FSU's career top five for catches, yards and touchdowns.

· Tied for the second-most TDs by a receiver in school history.

· Ranks fifth in career receiving yards and career receptions at FSU.

· Seventh all-time at Florida State with eight 100-yard receiving games.

· Joins Warrick and E.G. Green as the only Seminoles to record a 100-yard receiving game in four consecutive seasons.

· Tied with Green for fourth place in the ACC record book for career TD catches.

· Has 14 catches of 40 yards or more in his career.

· Caught a TD in 21 of his 50 career games and FSU is 15-6 in those games.

· Almost 20% of his career 148 receptions have been for TDs.

· Deadly inside the 30 with 24 of his 29 career touchdowns coming from the 30 or closer.

· Finished his career by tying his single game record with eight catches in the Champs Sports Bowl.

Junior Year (2007): Played in 12 of Florida State's 13 games including the Music City Bowl against Kentucky...a starter in seven different games...caught a career-high 45 passes for a career-high 795 yards in earning All-ACC third team honors from Phil Steele...also established career-highs for receptions (eight) and yards (140) in a single game (against Wake Forest)...became only the sixth player in school history with 30 or more catches in three consecutive seasons and averages better than 36 catches per least one catch in 12 of the 13 games...three consecutive 100-yard receiving games in victories against Alabama (fi ve receptions for 107 yards) and NC State (four for 140) and against Wake Forest (career-high eight for a career-high 140 yards)...totaled six catches for 99 yards in the Music City Bowl against Kentucky...caught six passes of 40 yards or more which equaled the total of 40-yard receptions in his fi rst two seasons combined...recorded four of Florida State's 10 longest offensive plays of the season.

Sophomore Year (2006): Played in all 13 of the Seminoles' games including the Emerald Bowl victory against UCLA...earned All-ACC second team honors for the second consecutive season... caught 12 touchdown passes - the fourth most by a wide receiver in school history...he scored twice as many touchdowns as any other Seminole and fi nished with 72 points...he fi nished second on the team in scoring and was behind only All-ACC kicker Gary Cismesia...only Georgia Tech's All-ACC fi rst team selection Calvin Johnson scored more points from the receiver position in the ACC than Carr...was second in the team with 619 receiving yards to rank second on the team behind only Chris Davis - the 2007 fourth round NFL Draft selection of the Tennessee Titans...his 34 catches ranked second on the team behind only De'Cody Fagg's 35 receptions...caught multiple passes in eight of Florida State's 13 games...earned two 100-yard receiving games against Rice (107) and Duke (100)...had had three multi-touchdown games with two coming against Rice and Western Michigan and three coming against Duke...caught at least one pass of 25 yards or better in seven of the Seminoles' 13 games...caught a season-high fi ve passes for a season-high 107 yards in the Seminoles' victory over Rice...season-high tying fi ve receptions against Maryland for 84 yards and a touchdown...caught a 57-yard touchdown pass against Rice to mark the second longest touchdown reception of the season for the Seminoles...caught four passes for 100 yards and three touchdowns against Duke...receiving touchdowns against Boston College and Maryland...touchdown receptions against Duke, Boston College and Maryland to mark the first time he had caught a scoring pass in three consecutive games...three consecutive scoring games against Western Michigan, Florida and UCLA in the Emerald Bowl.

Freshman Year (2005): Played in 12 of Florida State's 13 games including the Seminoles' ACC Championship game victory over Virginia Tech and its Orange Bowl game against Penn State...scored nine touchdowns to mark the most touchdowns by a firstyear Seminole since Warrick Dunn scored 10 times as a freshman during the 1993 season...earned All-ACC second team honors as a freshman...earned Freshman All-American third team honors and Freshman All-ACC honors by the Sporting News...led Florida State in yards per reception (20.6) and receiving touchdowns (nine) while fi nishing third on the team in total receiving yards (618)...tied the ACC record for receiving touchdowns by a freshman with nine...tied the all-time ACC record of Virginia's Heath Miller who was a first round draft choice of the Pittsburgh Steelers...led the ACC in touchdowns (nine) and ranked sixth in receiving yards per game (59.3)...second on the team with his 59.3 receiving yards per game average and third on the team with his 618 total receiving yards...had a season-long catch of 63 yards against Wake Forest...first two 100-yard receiving games came against The Citadel (104) and Wake Forest (129)...caught six of his nine touchdown receptions inside of the 20-yard line...of his 30 catches, 23 went for first downs or touchdowns and 13 netted 20 yards or more.

High School: Graduated from North Marion High School in 2004...originally signed with Florida State in 2004 and enrolled in school in January of 2005...a four-star player and the No. 21 ranked prep receiver in the nation as a senior...earned All-State first team honors in Class 3A as a junior and a senior...caught 42 passes for 1,142 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior...was an All-State first team selection in basketball, also, as a freshman.

Personal: Born Oct. 8, 1985...worked out with the Seminole basketball team during the spring of 2005...joins former Seminole Weegie Thompson as the tallest receiver to ever play at Florida State...major is social science.

REC G Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G

2005 12 30 618 9 63 2.5 20.6 51.5

2006 13 34 619 12 57 2.6 18.2 47.6

2007 12 45 795 4 58 3.8 17.7 66.2

2008 13 39 542 4 54 3.0 13.9 41.7

TOTAL 50 148 2574 29 63 2.9 17.4 51.5


Receptions 8, Wake Forest, 2007 and Wisconsin, 2008

Yards 140, NC State, 2007

TDs 3, three times last at Duke, 2006

Longest catch 63, Wake Forest, 2007

Longest TD 57, Rice, 2006

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