Posted On: 10/3/19 5:35 PM

Over the past year I have attended multiple high school games up and down South Florida.  A few of those times I saw players in what I like to call "takeover games".  Basically, pure dominance on the court where you are by far and away the best player between the lines.

In my top 3 of the last year?

The 6-foot-3 junior (now senior) Devin Carter.

Carter transferred into Doral from Cherry Creek High School in Colorado. He is the son of Anthony Carter, who spent 13-years in the NBA mostly with the Miami Heat and Denver Nuggets.

In one game, Carter faced off against American Heritage in the Broward vs Dade Challenge. Problem is, it was no challenge at all. On that day, Carter poured in 42 points on a running clock. He knocked down five 3-pointers in a 75-41 win. If you are following that right, it was Devin Carter (42), American Heritage (41). Not a flash in the pan performance either. Early in the season, Carter scored 37 points, 7 rebounds against Miami Springs and 36 points, 7 rebounds against Miami Sunset.

Over the summer, Carter was named MVP of the prestigious Bob Gibbons tournament after helping his team

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