Finished the year as a All-MAC First Team punt returner after he led the league with a 12.7 punt return average... Also earned All-MAC Third Team honors as a defensive back after he tied for the team lead with four interceptions... In his first game in over a year, Carrie tallied six tackles and recorded a 0.5 tackle for loss in the Bobcats' season-opener at Louisville... Recorded a pair of solo tackles and had one pass break up against North Texas... Also registered three punt returns for 36 yards against the Mean Green... Helped Ohio to its third straight win over Marshall as he tallied four tackles and one pass breakup... He also had a 48-yard punt return which helped set up a field goal... Helped anchor a Bobcat secondary that limited Akron to just 101 yards passing... Tallied a season-best 6.0 tackles against Central Michigan... Tallied three tackles and had a career-high 116 punt return yards at Eastern Michigan... Tallied his first interception of the season versus Miami... Forced Buffalo quarterback Joe Licata into his first turnover in league play as he registered his second pick of the year against the Bulls... Became the first cornerback since Dion Byrum (2005) to return two interceptions for touchdowns in the Bobcats regular season finale against Massachusetts.
Earned a medical redshirt after he suffered a season-ending injury in preseason camp.
Named All-MAC Second Team, Phil Steele All-MAC Second Team and Collegesportsmadness.com All-MAC Second Team ... Recorded career-highs in tackles (49), passes defensed (17), interceptions (4) and punt return average (12.5) ... Had two unassisted tackles and returned a punt 65 yards for his first career punt return for touchdown in the season opener at New Mexico State (Sept. 3) ... Would earn MAC East Special Teams Player of the Week following his performance at New Mexico State ... Hauled in two interceptions vs. Marshall (Sept. 17) ... Recorded four total tackles and a pass breakup vs. Kent State (Oct. 1) ... Recorded five total tackles - four unassisted - at Buffalo (Oct. 8) ... Had six total tackles, including four solo stops, vs. Ball State (Oct. 15)... Played a major role in helping the Bobcats clinch the MAC East Division over Bowling Green (Nov. 16) as he tallied a season-high eight tackles and collect his fourth interception of the year, which he returned 81 yards ... Closed out the regular season with seven stops at home against Miami (Nov. 22).
Phil Steele's 2010 Postseason All-MAC selection ... Finished the season with 25 solo tackles, five and a half tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, five pass breakups and 19 punt returns for 197 yards ... Season-high eight tackles at Ohio State, five solo ... Recorded six tackles at Marshall, two solo, and half of a tackle for loss ... Had five tackles, four solo, one tackle for loss, one forced fumble and one pass breakup at Temple ... Posted four tackles in three games; against Toledo (two solo), at Kent State (two solo) and at Miami where he racked up four solo tackles, two tackles for loss (both sacks) and a forced fumble ... Also achieved one and a half tackles for loss against the Golden Flashes ... Recorded three solo tackles at Eastern Michigan and against the Troy Trojans in addition to one pass breakup against each ... One tackle against BGSU where he also earned half of a tackle for loss and one pass breakup ... One tackle against Akron ... Returned three punts three times; against BGSU on Oct. 9, Akron on Oct. 16 and at Miami on Oct. 23 with 49, 45 and 18 yards respectively ... Also added one pass breakup against Wofford on Sept. 4 ... Longest punt return of the season, 46 yards, occurred against BGSU ... Two punt returns in three games against Kent State on Nov. 26, Troy Trojans on Dec. 18 and at Temple on Nov. 16.
Played in 11 games and started the Northwestern game ... Posted 11 of his 35 tackles against Northwestern and also picked off a pass ... Had five punt returns for 57 yards.
Lettered for two seasons on state championship De LaSalle team ... Totaled 90 tackles, forced two fumbles, recorded two interceptions and 10 pass deflections ... Also blocked one punt ... Voted 1st Team All-Conference ... Honor roll student.
Is the son of Reynard and Gloria Carrie ... Has four brothers, Domonick, Rasheem, Eric and Reynard Jr. ... Brother Domonick played football at Portland State ... Brother Eric played football at New Mexico State ... Born July 28, 1990.
05/12/2014 - A closer look at the Raiders' picks: Round 7/219 - T.J. Carrie, CB, 6-0, 212, Ohio...A local product from prep powerhouse De La Salle High in Concord, Carrie missed entire seasons because of injury in 2009 (hip) and 2012 (shoulder), but fared well in offseason workouts. The Raiders like his size and ability to press cover, and his ticket to the roster could be as a punt return specialist. Carrie led the Mid-American conference with a 12.7 average. - The Sports Xchange