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Trey Carter Liked His Visit To Stillwater

"We've got a big game this week," said Dallas (Pinkston), Texas defensive end Trey Carter of the Friday matchup with edge of the district DISD rival Seagoville. The 6-4, 255-pound Carter knows that his time to shine in high school is coming to a close. Pinkston is needing some wins to have a chance to edge into the playoffs.

"This is my first and only year at Pinkston. We moved here in June," explained Carter, who will be moving on to a Division I college football home next year. He played his previous high school football as a nose guard, defensive tackle and defensive end for Green Oaks Magnet School in Shreveport, La. Carter has scholarship offers from the likes of Arizona State, Illinois...

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