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Versatile Big Man Talks Florida Visit

The Florida Gators are looking for some serious help in the frontcourt for the 2012 recruiting class and Robert Carter of Thomasville (GA) is about as good as they get. Carter isn't your normal 6-9, 242-pound center. He can post you up, but he can frustrate teams a great deal because he can also take it way outside and make you pay. Carter visited Florida a week ago and came away impressed.

Robert Carter visited the Florida Gators with his coach a little over a week ago and watched the Tennessee game. It was an exciting game with a close finish, and Carter got to see the Florida Gators program, fans, and players at their best. "I did and it went okay," Carter told us Friday afternoon. "I liked it and it was fun. I liked the environment a lot and it was a big game, the Tennessee... Recommended Stories

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