- Career & Game-by-Game Statistics
Played in eight games during his true freshman season . . . Rushed four times for 42 yards and caught four passes for 74 yards and a score . . . Came to Mississippi State as a highly-recruited talent from nearby West Point.
Saw action in eight games at wide receiver and on kick coverage teams . . . Was pressed into service as a kickoff returner after Leon Berry went down with an injury . . . Finished the season with four carries for 42 yards . . . Also returned three kickoffs for 49 yards . . . Posted three tackles on kickoff coverage and forced a fumble against UAB . . . Exploded onto the scene in the Gator Bowl with three receptions for 65 yards, including a 31-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of State’s 52-14 win over Michigan.
Rated the No. 5 prospect in the state regardless of position by Rivals.com . . . Ranked the 23rd best athlete in the nation by ESPN . . . Received a four-star listing from both ESPN and Rivals . . . Named the 8th most-wanted recruit in the Clarion-Ledger’s top 40 . . . Named to the Clarion-Ledger’s first team offense at wide receiver . . . Also named to the Mississippi Association of Coaches 5A All-State first team . . . Led Coach Chris Chambliss’ Green Wave to a 14-1 record and 5A state championship . . . In state championship game, Carr scored on a 64-yard reception and a 78-yard kickoff return . . . He finished the contest with four catches for 128 yards . . . Finished his senior campaign with 38 catches for 832 yards and 16 total touchdowns . . . Defensively he intercepted one pass and had a 35 yard return . . . Also returned 15 punts for 415 yards with a longest return of 84 yards . . . Chosen to the Mississippi High School All-Star Game he caught four passes for 53 yards . . . He was a preseason Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen selection . . . Chose Mississippi State over Mississippi . . . Committed in February of his junior year.
Born Michael Christopher Carr on October 29, 1990 . . . Son of Fluid Carr, Jr. and Ferecia Carr.