Football player Cethan Carter has a reputation for being a pro. He is a fullback with the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins. His height is 1.91 meters. At Archbishop Rummel High School, he played football in high school. He lined up at tight end, H-back, and fullback during his time at Archbishop Rummel.
During his senior season in 2012, he hauled in 23 catches for 418 yards and 5 touchdowns, receiving Honorable Mention All-State recognition. Rummell finished 2012 with a 14-0 record and the Class 5A state championship in Louisiana. From 2013 through 2016, he participated in collegiate football with the Nebraska Cornhuskers of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His major was in criminology and criminal justice.
During his time in college, he participated in 43 games, starting 35 of them, and caught 59 receptions for 744 yards and 4 touchdowns. With 59 receptions, he was the fifth-most productive tight end in school history. Carter joined the Cincinnati Bengals on May 5, 2017, after being undrafted. In Week 15 against the New England Patriots in December 2019, he scored his first touchdown in the NFL.
He had two receptions for 13 yards towards the end of the campaign. With 16 special teams tackles, he was a key member of the Cincinnati Bengals’ special teams. Carter and the Miami Dolphins agreed to a three-year deal in March 2021.
What Happened To Cethan Carter?
He was injured during the 2018 football season and was placed on injured reserve by the Bengals.