6’2 2020 guard Chance Carter will transfer to Forsyth Country Day and rejoin his former Coach Monty Gray.

Carter spent the first two seasons of his prep career at Glenn High School, where he shined at moments as an underclassmen for a rebuilding program. During that time Carter established a rapport with coach Gray, who was previously the Bobcats head coach. The two built trust within one another and now it’s all come full circle.

Carter and his family feel this opportunity will help academically and on the hardwood from an exposure standpoint.Chance C

“After careful thought, my family and I felt Forsyth Country Day would give me the best platform to succeed academically and athletically.” Carter told Phenom Hoops.

FCDS is known for their rigorous academic curriculum that challenges students immensely for the next level. On the court this program annually plays some of the top teams in NC and around the region. The Furies also play in the loaded NCISAA Piedmont 3A Conference, with powerhouses like Greensboro Day School and High Point Christian Academy.

Carter joins a new era in Furies hoops and he has a chance to be a focal point in this system. The established chemistry with Coach Gray and this roster in June should ensure a smooth transition. Earlier in the summer I caught up with coach Gray after his first jamboree at the helm of FCDS, Carter was running with the group then as a favor but he wasn’t officially enrolled.

Coach Gray spoke highly of Carter then and he knows exactly what this FCDS program is getting in the 6’2 combo guard. After the official announcement Gray gave his take on the recent news.

“ A kid like Chance brings; experience, the ability to knock down shots beyond the arc, athleticism, high IQ, and leadership.” Coach Gray said.

“The Chance Carter Hype Film” offers a sneak peak for what’s coming to Furies Nation.

Carter’s leadership could be depended on early, the Furies do return team captain 2019 6’4 Chase Spittler, but will also have to replace eight seniors from last year.