ST. ANTHONY/BREWSTER ACADEMY
True sophomore…A versatile and play-making guard with the ability to create in the open floor…Tough competitor who fits RU’s style of switching defenses very well...An All-Met Third Team honoree in 2011-12.
2011-12 (13.8 ppg/29.8 mpg/2.1 apg): Led the team with a 13.8 points per game average...Finished 19th in the BIG EAST in scoring...Started 28 games, averaging 29.8 minutes a contest...Ranked 16th in conference play with 14.0 points per game...Also finished ninth in three pointers made (2.1)…First among freshmen and third on the team with 25 double-figure games in his career...Leads the squad in career 20-point contests (five) and times pacing the team (15)...Carter or Myles Mack have led the team in scoring in 21 games...In the BIG EAST Championship vs. Villanova (March 6), paced the team with 23 points, adding three steals…Posted 17 points on 7-of-13 shooting (3-of-4 from three) with three assists at Seton Hall (Feb. 25)...Notched a BIG EAST career high with 24 points at Louisville, adding six boards and three assists...Tallied a huge second half in the win over Cincinnati (Jan. 28), scoring 15 points (17 overall) on 5-of-6 shooting (4-of-4 from behind the arc)...Dished out two assists and grabbed four rebounds for the game...Posted 19 points for the second-straight game in the upset win over No. 8 UConn (Jan. 7)...Paced the squad with 19 points against WVU (Jan. 4), adding four assists...Registered 23 points and a personal-best five steals at USF (Jan. 1)...Exploded for a career-high 31 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to lead Rutgers in the upset win over No. 10 Florida (Dec. 29)...The scoring output marked the most for an RU freshman in a game since Quincy Douby posted 35 in an overtime 84-81 NIT semifinal win over Iowa State in 2004 and signaled the most for an RU freshman in a regular season contest since Tom Savage scored 33 points in an 87-72 win over St. Bonaventure on Feb. 22, 1988...Led the team with a career-high seven rebounds, adding 10 points and five assists against NJIT (Dec. 22)...Eclipsed the 20-point plateau for the first time in his career with 21 points against Monmouth (Dec. 12)...Also scored 10-plus in the first half for the first time in his career with 13 points over the first 20 minutes...Notched 17 points on 6-of-12 shooting against Princeton (Dec. 7) to lead the team...Also grabbed a personal-best four rebounds...Paced the squad with 10 points against LSU (Dec. 3), adding three rebounds...Posted 13 points on 4-of-6 shooting and made five of six free throws vs. Sacred Heart (Nov. 17)...Earned his first start in his first career action against Dartmouth (Nov. 11), scoring nine points on 4-of-8 shooting.
Scholastic: Ranked as the nation’s 114th overall prospect and No. 32 shooting guard by Rivals…Cited as the country’s No. 31 point guard recruit by Scout…Prepped at Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, N.H. in 2010-11 under head coach Jason Smith…Helped team to a 31-3 overall record en route to earning Honorable Mention NEPSAC All-New England honors while also being named the sixth-best overall prep prospect by the New England Recruiting Report…A 2010 graduate of St. Anthony HS in Jersey City, where he averaged 15.2 points, six assists and five rebounds per game as a senior to help the Friars to NJSIAA Non-Public, North B championship and a 27-3 overall record under Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame Head Coach Bob Hurley…Scored 28 points and had 14 rebounds against previously unbeaten Paterson Catholic, which was ranked No. 3 nationally and featured incoming RU signee Myles Mack, in the title game at the RAC…Earned Newark Star Ledger Second Team All-State and First Team All-Hudson County honors…Was cited by NJHoops.com as the Garden State’s sixth-best senior prospect…Had 31 points, including five 3-pointers, in SAHS’s win over Oak Ridge Military Academy in the Prime Time Shootout…On the all-star circuit, posted 42 points in New Jersey’s 124-119 double-OT loss to Connecticut in the 2010 JCC Schoolboy Classic, the second most in Classic history behind only Jeff Ruland’s 45 in 1977…Competing for the New Jersey Roadrunners, scored 55 points in a victory at the 2010 Donofrio Classic in Conshohocken, Pa…Played AAU basketball for Sports University/Team IZOD under coach Eric Harrield.
Personal: Born May 6, 1991…Son of Dale Sterling and the late Valarie Carter…Has a sister, Ashley Carter...Grandson of Sadie Sterling and Pearl Carter…Step brother, Khalil Murphy, plays basketball at Long Island University.