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In November 1999, he announced that he would resume his baseball career, but he never joined the Cubs in spring training.
Struggling with his baseball career, Carter opted to return to play college football in 1998, but made the highly publicized decision to sign with the University of Georgia instead of Georgia Tech, who officially contested the move but was still overruled by the NCAA.
Carter has also been a member of the New York Jets, Montreal Alouettes, Bossier-Shreveport Battle Wings, Kansas City Brigade and the Abilene Ruff Riders.
Additionally, from 1996 to 1999, Carter played minor league baseball in the Chicago Cubs organization.
He also received Parade All-American, All-state (second in a row) and Georgia Player of the Year honors.
His teammates included future Olympic athletes Angelo Taylor and Terrence Trammell.
Carter attended Southwest De Kalb High School in Georgia where he was a three-sport athlete (football, baseball and basketball) and was named the starting quarterback as a junior.
In his final year, he led the Panthers to the 1995 AAAA State Championship under Coach William Godfrey, making it the first all African American school to achieve this milestone at the highest competition level in the state of Georgia.
He appeared in 28 games for Rockford in 1998, hitting .248 in 27 games.
His final year in 1999, he went 0-for-3 in one game for the Daytona Cubs of Advanced A ball and left the team after only three games to return to Athens.
Carter originally signed a football letter of intent with Georgia Tech in 1996, but opted instead to play minor league baseball after being selected by the Chicago Cubs as an outfielder 52nd overall in the 1996 MLB Draft.
With the Gulf Coast Cubs of the rookie league in 1997, Carter played in 55 games and hit .215 The following year, he was promoted to the Rockford Cubbies of Single-A and hit .211 in 105 games.