I assume the "train wreck" comment had a whole lot more to do with Carlos's attitude than his ability. Yes, he was the most talented receiver in the post-Brelan/pre-Littrell period. But some of the other stuff...I'd rather not rehash it, but safe to say it wasn't pushing the train in the right direction.
Hint #3: Due to growth, he was moved from DB to DE during the fall of his junior year.
Note: The early posters on GMG.com, which consisted of a legal pad posted near the Union with a #2 pencil attached to write comments, were in an uproar due to this young man being moved from position to position. They thought the coach should be fired because he didn't know what he was doing.
Always thought there was a huge opportunity cost to the University when sports shuts down for the spring and summer months until football begins once again in spring. That is a long time for darkness. Baseball could be a way to reattach with future students and alumni that could support the mission of UNT.