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Old 07-19-2018, 12:40 AM  
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Terez: Chiefs to work out Marty Carter (post-supp-draft UDFA)

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Grand Valley State running back Marty Carter was one of three players to go unselected in last week’s supplemental draft. He now has his first workout scheduled with an NFL team.

According to Terez Paylor of Yahoo Sports, Carter is scheduled to workout with the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday.

Carter finished fifth in voting for the Harlon Hill Trophy – the Heisman of Division II football – in 2016 after rushing for 1,908 yards and 20 touchdowns for Grand Valley State. He was named the Division II Offensive Player of the Year and was a first-team All-American.

He rushed for 957 yards and scored nine touchdowns in nine games last season before entering the supplemental draft.
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Martayveus Carter, RB, Grand Valley State
5-11, 202, 4.60

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Carter does a nice job following his blockers to daylight, using quick feet to make lateral cuts away from defenders. His best runs on film came between the numbers and the hashes, getting wide outside the tackle, allowing pursuit to over-pursue and then cutting north.

I have concerns about his vision at the line of scrimmage, but not at the second level — he is terrific in the open field, setting up moves and creating big plays.

For an average-sized back, Carter runs taller than expected and needs to use better pad level to attack contact. He shows minimal power between the tackles and can be too easily slowed by contact. Carter has short-area juice and hits his top speed quickly, but those jets stall out, lacking the wheels to run away from NFL linebackers.

Another concerning issue was his tendency to hold the ball loose and in the wrong hand — in the game tapes watched, he had a fumble into the end zone vs. Michigan Tech, resulting in a turnover. Carter has experience as a receiver with 35 career catches, but most of those came on swing screens and he wasn’t asked to run many routes.

Summary
Carter, who will not hold a pro day prior to the Supplemental Draft, was highly productive at the Division-II level, and his short-area quickness and open-field awareness are worthy of the next level. However, his lack of run power and anticipation as an inside runner are concerns. His athleticism was enough to escape trouble vs. Division-II defensive speed, but that won’t be the case vs. NFL speed. Carter will likely go undrafted and will need to prove he has the accountability and speed to earn an opportunity with a NFL club.

Background
Martayvus “Marty” Carter was a standout high school player on both sides of the ball. At running back, he rushed for 1,164 yards as a senior in 2013 to finish with 3,467 career rushing yards (second-most in school history) and 53 touchdowns (most in school history). Carter also set several records as a linebacker with 158 tackles as a senior to give him 505 career stops, setting the East Chicago record.

Carter was hoping to follow in the footsteps of former East Chicago Central grad Kawann Short and play football at Purdue, but that offer never arrived and he was content signing with MAC power Northern Illinois. However, Carter says “life situations” interfered with that path and he never signed his letter of intent with the program.

Division-II Grand Valley State entered the picture and signed him, which was a “second chance,” according to Carter.

After redshirting in 2014, Carter was a productive back-up in 2015 with 889 yards and seven scores on 135 carries. His breakout season came in 2016 as a sophomore with a school-record 1,908 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns, also setting the school single-game mark with 298 rushing yards on 20 carries. Carter was named the Division-II Offensive Player of the Year with numerous All-American honors.

Carter had trouble staying on the field as a junior (only five games of 15-plus carries), but he was productive when given the ball, leading the team with 931 rushing yards and the conference with 7.6 yards per carry. He bypassed a chance at leaving school early for the NFL Draft but was ruled ineligible during the spring, leaving the Supplemental Draft as his best option.

In three seasons, Carter became the school’s career leading rusher (3,728 yards and 36 touchdowns).
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Old 07-19-2018, 10:13 AM   #16
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Ware will start on PUP. West will be cut. My guess would be Hunt, Damien Williams and one of either Carter or Williams from LSU.
I said this a few mos back - but I'm hoping Kerwynn can be our KR
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Old 07-19-2018, 10:15 AM   #17
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Old 07-19-2018, 10:45 AM   #18
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Old 07-19-2018, 12:04 PM   #19
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:25 PM   #20
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I think there might be some worry that Hunt might catch a suspension after that video was released.
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Old 07-19-2018, 03:20 PM   #21
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I think there might be some worry that Hunt might catch a suspension after that video was released.
Because we worked out a 4.6 40 RB from a DII school following the supplemental draft?

We're not doing anything particularly odd. We brought in two RBs who had a handful of games where they started as injury replacements for other teams over a few seasons. Between the two, only one of them (Kerwynn) has a 100 yard game, and that was against KC in 2014. We didn't give either any kind of contract that would indicate they're expected to fill a significant backup role on this team, and we're perfectly fine to cut them both at the end of training camp if we need to.

Basically, both of them are the Cardinals' and Dolphins' versions of Charcandrick West.

We're looking for depth competition. That's it. No more, no less.
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Old 07-19-2018, 04:27 PM   #22
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I wonder if last seasons injury to Ware at the end of preseason has much to do with the group?

No a lot of wiggle with this kid. He may wear Barry’s old number but that’s where similarities end, lol. There weren’t very many runs with more than one cut.

Yeah, he looks like he gets his motor wound up quick.

It’s gotta be nice having a position group so full. Unfortunately injuries are a part of football. It’d be nice if all positions were overfilled.
We’d never have to rummy around the scrap pile at beginning of the season.
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i actually don't see the chiefs interest in him, as a RB.

i see the fact that right now, DAT is the only return man (not literally, but) and was broken in half. i see this guy competing purely as ST (do you really want cheetah returning any kicks for fear of injury?), and if the time were to come, maybe sub in occasionally.

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Old 07-20-2018, 07:02 AM   #24
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A practice squad guy or two, a cut to save money and a PUP candidate. I'm just glad they are still looking for ways to improve the roster. The top 40 should be pretty solid but the bottom 10-15 can always be made better.
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I think there might be some worry that Hunt might catch a suspension after that video was released.
I've been in and out throughout the summer. What video?
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Camp fodder with chance of being a returner and 3rd string back. Are his hands good enough to be a slot receiver? They say he has great quickness and in the videos, his balance seems to be good.
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Old 07-20-2018, 09:09 AM   #27
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No reporting of this from the two new Chiefs beat reporters that the KC Star just hired.
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I think there might be some worry that Hunt might catch a suspension after that video was released.
stop bringing that up! We need it in our rear-view mirror - nobody has brought it up in months.
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