|Birth Name||Marcus Joshua Carr|
|Birth Place||Toronto, Ontario|
|Famous Name||Marcus Carr|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight||195 lb (88 kg)|
Marcus Carr is an American college basketball player who plays for the Minnesota Golden Gophers of the Big Ten Conference representing the University of Minnesota. Earlier, he was committed to the University of Pittsburgh and played two seasons with Pittsburgh Panthers men's basketball team.
After his junior year with Minnesota, Carr recently declared for the NBA Draft 2020 without signing an agent. Will he go drafted in the NBA Draft 2020? How much is he projected to earn after the NBA Draft? Scroll down to know everything about the Canadian rising player.
Carr who recently declared for the NBA Draft 2020 opting out of the University of Minnesota is likely to be picked in the second round or could go undrafted. He is projected to earn an annual salary of around $565,000 if goes drafted in the second round and will play mostly in the G League.
However, Marcus will have to return college if he is undrafted. He most recently represented Golden Gophers. As a college player, he doesn't earn a salary but gets several benefits including scholarship, lodging, fooding from the college. Besides, he doesn't have any sponsorship deals currently. He might get some endorsement deal after he makes his way to the NBA.
The Minnesota college player is just 21 years old. He is young and has not married. Hw is quite young to get married and have a wife. Carr is still in his college days and is trying to start his professional career by declaring for the NBA Draft.
Marcus is currently focused on the draft. He might have a girlfriend in his college but has not yet revealed about a girlfriend and his relationship status.
The Point Guard is 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) in height and weighs 195 lb (88 kg).
Marcus was born on June 6, 1999, and recently turned 21 years old in June. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, and holds a Canadian nationality. He was born to Clive and Suzette Carr and also has a brother named Duane Notice, who was a member of South Carolina's 2017 Final Four team and is currently playing professionally overseas.
Carr attended St. Michael's College in Toronto where he played basketball for high school team and led his team to the quarterfinals of the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) tournament. He won the OFSAA title with the team in his sophomore. He then transferred to Montverde Academy where he played with the top recruit in the 2018 class, RJ Barrett.
Carr then committed to the University of Pittsburgh but transferred to the University of Minnesota after his freshman year. Carr was named to the Third Team All-Big Ten by the media and was Honorable Mention All-Conference according to the coaches.
Besides, he also played for the Canada U16 team and led the team to the silver me/dal at the 2015 FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship.