Stanford wraps up spring season with intrasquad scrimmage.
Defense emerges with 40-34 win at Stanford Stadium
Hogan, Crower Impress; Gardner Leads Defense
Center and left tackle highlight position battles; competition and development for 15 practices kicks off Feb. 25
Fans can follow the arrival of the newest Cardinal signees on GoStanford.com and @StanfordFball on Twitter
2012 Season in Photos
99th Annual Rose Bowl
Oregon State vs Stanford - AP Photo Gallery
Washington State vs. No. 19 Stanford - AP Photos
2012 (FRESHMAN): Fearless true frosh started the last seven games at cornerback and leads Stanford with three forced fumbles... totaled 46 tackles, including 34 solo efforts and 3.0 tackles for loss...started on four special teams units the early part of the season, including returns of five kickoffs for 110 yards and a long of 30...took over the starting cornerback job at California, following his performance at Notre Dame with four solo tackles, his first career tackle for loss and first career forced fumble...had two TFL among six tackles at No. 1 Oregon...notched career-high six tackles in overtime win vs. Arizona...made four tackles (three solo) in a home win over Oregon State...had three solo tackles and one forced fumble at Colorado...tallied four tackles (three solo) and a forced fumble vs. Washington State...recorded four solo tackles in first career start at California...made pass breakup for the final third-down stop vs. UCLA, forcing a 52-yard field goal attempt that was no good to seal the Pac-12 FCG...earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention.
Graduated from Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Va....played for head coach Charlie Pierce...listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and Scout.com...ranked as the fourth-best safety prospect in the nation by Rivals and ninth by Scout.com...listed as the seventh-best athlete among high school prospects by SuperPrep...2011 U.S. Army, Parade and PrepStar All-American...listed as the No. 93 top recruit in the nation by PrepStar...named Virginia's Gatorade State Player of the Year and AA Defensive Player of the Year...first team all-state and all-region selection as a defensive back and kick returner...2011 Dulles District Defensive Player of the Year honoree...had over 50 tackles and five interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, as a senior...also totaled over 1,000 all-purpose yards...helped the Falcons to the 2011 AA Dulles District, Region II and Virginia AA state titles as a senior...participated in the 2011 U.S. Army All-American and International Bowls...also lettered in track and field...parents are Tom and Renee Carter...has three younger sisters: Madison, Peyton and Cameron...born in Fairfax, Va....full name is Alexander Rhys Carter.