RS Heratio Carr
RS - Heratio Carr
Height: 6-10
Weight: 190
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
High School: Penn Foster HS
Previous College: Valley Forge Military Academy
Position: Center

Transfer from Valley Forge Military Academy...committed to Virginia Union University as a high school senior before eventually enrolling at Valley Forge...transferred to Tallahassee after his freshman season...long shotblocker who can catch and shoot the three...very coachable player who has improved tremendously since reporting to campus for summer workouts...emerging as a finisher at the rim.

2018-19 (at Valley Forge Military Academy): Appeared in 17 games and averaged 8.6 points and 7.6 rebounds...scored nine points in his college debut vs. Passaic County (11/8/18)...11 points and season-high 16 rebounds vs. Delaware County (11/20/18)...pulled down 11 boards vs. Montgomery County (11/27/18)...15 rebounds vs. Middlesex County (11/29/18)...13 points and a season-high six blocks vs. Thaddeus Stevens Tech (12/4/18)...20 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks vs. Luzerne County (12/6/18)...12 points vs. Northampton (1/12/19)...scored a season-high 24 points and pulled down 11 rebounds vs. Lehigh Carbon (1/15/19).

High School: Graduated from Penn Foster High School where he played for coach Michael Wright.

Personal: Son of Michelle Carr...born on November 24...plans to major in business.


Getting to Know Heratio Carr

Favorite TV show: Wild 'N Out...Favorite movie: Friday...Favorite food: Chicken alfredo...One food I absolutely will not touch: Salad...Favorite music genre: Rap...What's the farthest I've ever been from home: Tallahassee...If I could visit any place in the world, where would it be: Dubai...What is the top thing on my Bucket List: Go to Dubai...What three words best describe me: Goofy, chill, loyal...Person I admire the most: Mom...To get ready for a game, I like to: Listen to music...Favorite athlete: Kevin Durant...Favorite professional sports team: Oklahoma City Thunder...My most memorable moment as an athlete: When I shot 5-for-15 from three.