FLORIDA – Irving Carter

Florida Representative


Irving Carter


5’11 / 150

AGE: 13




EAST-13U *C 




An umpire said to me and I quote, “His baseball IQ is off the chart”. That’s just one way to describe Irving Carter. His knowledge is well beyond his years on the diamond and he has the talent and natural instincts to support such a statement. Irv has a well above-average arm, to go along with the power, discipline and bat speed he demonstrates at the plate. The consummate team player this young man from the Miami area is a natural born leader who can exhibit his talent at many different positions. He is overwhelmingly humble, gracious and thankful to those whom he meets and to those whom have helped him along the way. A true student of the game and someone who has a very bright future within the game of baseball.

Gordie Hershiser, Head Coach of the Team Chandler 13 Prospect Team


This kid is not just a great ballplayer but a great kid over all.  Ever since I first met Irv you can see his talent but it was the way he learned from his mistakes and how he would listen to what I had to say and digest it and put it into use.  I train alot of college guys and pro guys and let me tell you some of those guys have a hard time doing that. .. I’m glad he’s getting the exposure he deserves. As a player kid just wants to play, outstanding catching ability from catching and throwing to calling a game. High baseball IQ. Nice smooth swing with good opposite field pop. Very strong hands and one hell of an arm. In all I’m very glad that he’s getting recognized for his hard work and determination.  Great kid. I hope this can help but soon you’ll see what I mean about Mr. Carter, he’s a joy to be around.
Mayke Cabrera Coach Team Siege





Showcase State: FL

Primary Pos:

Secondary Pos: RHP

Bat: Right

Throw: Right

BTA: .400

HRs Hit SEASON: 17

Arm Velocity (MPH): 80

Run Time 60: 4.9

Catcher Pop Time: 1.85



8th POWER SHOWCASE AWARDS: Most Consecutive Home Runs AND Most Home Runs in Preliminary Round

Grade:  7

Home Schooled
Miami FL

Graduation: 2021

GPA: 3.85


Travel League  Coach: Nick James
West Minister High School


  • 2015 POWER SHOWCASE AWARD WINNER – Most Home Runs in Preliminary Round – 16
  • 2015 POWER SHOWCASE AWARD WINNER – Most Consecutive Home Runs in Preliminary Round – 6
  • 2015 USSSA All American Team – Selected as a Top Performer
  • 2015 Invited to Team USA – NTIS – Cary NC
  • 2014 USSSA All American Team  Selected as the #1 overall pick
  • 2014 Invited to Team USA – NTIS – Cary NC
  • USSSA All American Atlantic Team – Champions
 fl-carter-greyscale-HRH-profile  Irving has partnered in memory of Jesus Villalobos for Home Runs that Help

Teen baseball player struck, killed by train in Delray Beach

Kate Jacobson   Kate JacobsonContact Reporter

Sun Sentinel

A 16-year-old baseball player was struck and killed by a train Tuesday, police said, and they think he didn’t hear it coming because he was wearing headphones.

Jesus Villalobos was walking north along the Florida East Coast Railway tracks, which run roughly parallel to Federal Highway, just after 2 p.m. when he was hit by a northbound train. Delray Beach police said the train engineer saw him walking on the tracks and sounded the horn repeatedly, but was unable to stop.

Because Villalobos was wearing headphones in at the time of the crash, police suspect he didn’t hear the approaching train or the horn.

Officers said Villalobos was a student at Elev8 Sports Institute, a boarding school at 490 Dotterel Roadfocusing on student athletes.

Villalobos is from Colombia and played on the school’s baseball team. Police say he might have been walking toward a local gym when the train struck him.

Officials from the institute declined comment Wednesday, citing the family’s privacy.


Irving & Stacy Carter

Hobe Sound FL