Super 11 from 2013 off to great start in college

Defensive end Lorenzo Carter was one of the state's top prospects out of Norcross. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

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Defensive end Lorenzo Carter was one of the state's top prospects out of Norcross. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Super 11 team was published on Sunday. The 11 should be inspired by the 2013 Super 11 players, who played their freshman seasons last fall. They're off to a great start. A couple of them already have been mentioned as Heisman Trophy candidates.

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Defensive end Lorenzo Carter was one of the state's top prospects out of Norcross. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

Defensive end Lorenzo Carter was one of the state's top prospects out of Norcross. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

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Defensive end Lorenzo Carter was one of the state's top prospects out of Norcross. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

*Lorenzo Carter, Georgia - The former Norcross defensive end played in 13 games, making five starts, and registered 41 tackles and 4.5 sacks.

*Adam Choice, Clemson - The former Thomas County Central quarterback was moved to running back, as expected, and rushed for 218 yards and caught nine passes for 90 yards but suffered a season-ending ACL injury on Oct. 18 against Boston College.

*Nick Chubb, Georgia - The former Cedartown running back was the SEC freshman of the year after rushing for 1,547 yards.

*Donquell Green, Marshall - The former Burke County quarterback played four games in a reserve role, mostly as punt returner and slot receiver.

*Demarre Kitt, Clemson - The former Sandy Creek wide receiver caught five passes for 47 yards at Clemson but transferred to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in December and plans to sign with another Division I school in February.

*Cortez McDowell, Tennessee - The former Locust Grove safety led Tennessee's special teams with 14 tackles and was a backup linebacker.

*Raekwon McMillan, Ohio State - The former Liberty County linebacker played in all 15 games for Ohio State's national championship team and was named freshman All-American by Athlon's. He made 54 tackles, 6.5 for losses, although was not officially the starter.

*Malkom Parrish, Georgia - The former Brooks County quarterback played in 11 games and made 17 tackles, primarily as a cornerback.

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Clemson quarterback DeShaun Watson has at AJC Super 11 pick in 2013. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

Clemson quarterback DeShaun Watson has at AJC Super 11 pick in 2013. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

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Clemson quarterback DeShaun Watson has at AJC Super 11 pick in 2013. (Curtis Compton / AJC)

*Korie Rogers, Clemson - The former Buford linebacker was redshirted. Rogers is now one of only three freshmen on Clemson's two-deep depth chart on defense.

*Deshaun Watson, Clemson - The former Gainesville quarterback was 93-of-137 passing for 1,466 yards and 14 touchdowns. He made his first career start on Sept. 27 against North Carolina and threw a school-record six touchdowns passes.

*Kendarius Webster, Mississippi - The former Stockbridge cornerback played in all 13 games, starting two, and made 22 tackles.

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