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Anthony Carpenter
Player Profile:
Anthony Carpenter 1264999
Position: Cornerback
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 195
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: Serra
Experience: 4 Letters

WSU CAREER: Appeared in 44 games, made seven starts…recorded 96 tackles including 2.5 for loss…made two interceptions and forced four fumbles…

RS-SENIOR (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games…tallied 19 tackles, forced two fumbles and intercepted one pass…made three tackles in season opener at Auburn…made two tackles in win over Southern Utah…made three tackles and picked off a pass against Oregon State…made two tackles at No. 2 Oregon…made a season-high six tackles an forced two fumbles against Arizona State…had three tackles in the win at Arizona.

RS-JUNIOR (2012):Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games, making seven starts including final six games at cornerback...made a career-high 34 tackles including 2.5 tackles-for-loss...intercepted first career pass...made two tackles at BYU...made first career start and tallied four tackles at UNLV...made seven tackles and first career interception in start against California...made four tackles at No. 19 Stanford...posted 11 tackles, eight solo at Utah...made five tackles and assisted on a tackle-for-loss against No. 17 UCLA...made a career-high 12 tackles, 10 solo including one for loss at Arizona State...made two tackles, one fore loss and broke up a pass in the Apple Cup victory over Washington.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2011): Earned a varsity lettered after appearing in all 12 games, mainly on special teams...recorded 16 tackles, 11 solo and forced one fumble...registered four solo tackles and forced a fumble to earn the Cougar Big Hit award in the season-opening win over Idaho State...named WSU's Special Teams Player of the Week at Colorado...registered one tackle at UCLA, against No. 7 Stanford and Oregon State...earned Cougar Big Hit Award against Oregon State...made four tackles, three solo, at No. 7 Oregon...recorded four tackles at Washington.

RS-FRESHMAN (2010): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games...spent time playing both safety and cornerback...missed the Arizona State game due to a concussion...totaled 13 tackles, 11 solo, and forced one fumble... set a season-high with three tackles at Oklahoma State ...had three tackles against USC... earned Cougar Special Teams Player of the Week award, Bit Hit award and Big Play award after forcing a fumble against Oregon, coming on kickoff that forced Duck returner to miss the remainder of the game...matched a season-high with three tackles against Arizona...made two tackles against California.

FRESHMAN (2009): Redshirt season.

Four-year letterwinner for head coach Scott Altenberg...three-year captain for the Cavaliers...FRESHMAN year was the first frosh in school history to play varsity finished second in the Del Rey League...SOPHOMORE year started five games at quarterback...earned second-team all-league after throwing for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns...also picked up 400 yards and two touchdowns on the went 9-3 and finished second in league...named team's offensive rookie of the year...JUNIOR year started at safety, garnering first-team all-league honors...recorded 74 tackles, 15 pass break-ups, one interception and two fumble recoveries, one of which was returned for a touchdown...also passed for 80 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 350 yards and four went 10-2 and won the league title...SENIOR year was once again named first-team all-league at defensive back...recorded 60 tackles, six pass break-ups, two sacks and one fumble recovery...also returned an interception 85 yards for a touchdown...on offense threw for 74 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 250 yards and two touchdowns...named to first-team All-Del Rey League on went 13-1 and lost in the championship game...rated No. 75 amongst California prospects by rated No. 82 amongst California prospects by No. 59 at his position by No. 117 on's West Hot 150...also lettered three times in track, serving as team captain as a senior.

Anthony Sean Carpenter...father Alvin...mother Alex...cousin Ronnie Smith played baseball at CSU-Northridge...member of Serra High's Leadership and Letterman and Young Black Scholars Clubs...plans to pursue a degree in sport management.

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