Carter wanted to get on the field in Athens 

March, 28, 2012
Last month, University of Georgia director of sports medicine Ron Courson took a look at linebacker Reginald Carter (Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett) to see how well he had progressed since tearing his ACL five months ago. He then went to head Coach Mark Richt and gave his opinion. Shortly after, Richt gave Carter his first post-injury scholarship offer, which came as a tremendous relief to the 6-foot-2, 215-pound rising senior

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Tom HauckInside linebacker Reggie Carter made a name for himself as a sophomore, making 10 sacks that season.
“After getting hurt, I felt that with the work I put in to get strong, something good would come out of it,” Carter said. "So it felt great to get an offer from UGA.'

Last weekend, Carter was back in Athens to check out the Bulldogs in practice as they prepare to compete for a chance to return to the Southeastern Conference Championship.
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