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Carter working with Shaw in Orlando

Since arriving at FSU in 2004 and sitting out with a redshirt, Tony Carter has started 37 of Florida State's 39 games at cornerback, missing two during a knee injury during 2006. Over the past several weeks Tony has been on Orlando working with speed coach Tom Shaw. NoleDigest caught up with him to talk about why he went down there and his expectations going into his final season as a Seminole.

Tony Carter came to Florida State a prized cornerback prospect from Jacksonville, FL. The former high school All-American is entering his senior season at Florida State, and after a solid spring decided to head down to work with acclaimed speed coach Tom Shaw. He says the experience has been going well, and that he has learned a lot during his time there. "I heard a lot of good things about Tom...

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