2022 Player Outlook
The Jets drafted Carter in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft and he put forth a solid rookie season, finishing with 639 yards rushing and four touchdowns while adding 36 receptions for 325 yards. In college, at UNC we saw Carter act as the change of pace back opposite of Javonte Williams and that is a role I see the Jets using him in this season after they used a second-round pick on Breece Hall in this year's NFL Draft. Hall is capable of handling a lot of the early-down work while Carter can come in when called up and play the change of pace, third-down back role. As of now, Carter is coming off the board as RB34 which is a bit too rich for me given my expectations of a timeshare.