On March 28, 1991, Derek Dallas Carr, a quarterback for the Las Vegas Raiders of the National Football League, was born.
He played collegiate football at Fresno State, where he twice received first-team All-MWC honors. The Raiders selected him in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft.
As late as mid-July, according to former Fresno State head coach Pat Hill, true freshman Carr was “in the mix” for the starting quarterback position.
Just days before the 2009 season began in September, Hill announced that junior Ryan Colburn would replace Carr as the starter. Carr played in only five games as a rookie, which was a limited role.
Colburn continued to serve as the Bulldogs’ starting quarterback in 2010.
After sitting out the 2010 season, Carr took over as Fresno State’s starting quarterback in the autumn of 2011.
Does Derek Carr have a Superbowl ring?
No, at the moment, Derek Carr has no Superbowl ring. Carr picked Fresno State as an early-entry freshman for the spring semester of 2009 so that he could play spring football with the Bulldogs, where his brother David also played quarterback.