Posted On: 01/14/19 8:14 PM

Doral Academy's Devin Carter has been putting up video-game numbers all season long.

Dec. 13 against Miami Springs: 37 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists.

Jan. 11 vs. Miami Sunset: 36 points, 7 rebounds, five 3-pointers.

And Dec. 8 against Gainesville's The Rock: 32 points and MVP honors at the A-Rod Classic. Carter scored 32 of the Firebirds' 46 points on the night.

The 6-foot-3 junior is a Florida native, who transferred from Cherry Creek High School in Colorado, has led Doral Academy to a perfect 16-0 start.

Carter, the son of Miami Heat assistant coach Anthony Carter, is an excellent finisher with a nice touch. He might surprise some with his quickness and leaping ability ... and he defends.

"My strengths are helping the team win, leading the team, and, of course, playing at both ends," Carter said Monday. 

Carter plays for veteran coach Jorge Fernandez. So, yes, defense will be stressed. The defending Class 7A state champions have only allowed one opponent -- Miami Jackson (57) on Dec. 11 -- to score more than 52 points in any given game.

"We like to play by match-ups," Carter said. "We rely on

Colorado All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Colorado to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!