This college hoops season has already seen some out-of-this-world dunks that would make NBA Slam Dunk Contest participants blush. Washington forward Nahziah Carter added to that list Thursday night with a putback slam that may have topped them all.
With 6:46 left in the game against the Utah Utes, Carter came out of nowhere and climbed the proverbial ladder for a rim-rocking slam on a Utes defender and his own teammate.
We’ve seen a lot of posterizing dunks this season with some players not making smart business decisions, but it is rare to see a guy almost climb over another player’s back for a slam.
If this was the Slam Dunk Contest, he would easily get a 10.
Even though the freshman out of Rochester, N.Y. only had five points in the game, his awesome high-flying dunk will be plastered all throughout social media and television for everybody to see.