Carter has a fastball that generally sits 92-94 MPH and has been known to reach as high as 96 on the radar gun. It has a lot of run and sink but hitters make a lot of contact due to his inability to command it consistently. He also offers an average curveball that he often uses as a finishing pitch, but it is regarded as an average pitch for him at this point. Carter also throws a change-up but that is his clear third pitch and lacks consistency in execution and command. Overall, Carter is essentially a two-pitch hurler who pitches to a lot of contact but generates a high percentage of ground balls which allows him to often times escapes trouble. While he has good raw stuff, it plays down because of his inability to command it. He is best suited in the bullpen and that will likely be his role moving forward.