Pat Carter, a redshirt freshman cornerback at Idaho State during the 2013 season, is transferring to Boise State to continue his football career.

    Carter confirmed his intentions to the Journal Monday night.

    Carter, a native of Boise and former Capital High School standout, voluntarily left ISU’s program before spring practice commenced in April. He is looking forward to going back home and playing in the same stadium he did as a prep star.

    “My next move is to Boise State,” he said. “It will be nice to be back home on the blue!”

    Carter will walk on at Boise State and must sit out a year per NCAA transfer rules.

    The 6-foot, 188-pound defensive back will have two years of eligibility remaining.

    Carter recorded 19 tackles, five pass breakups and one quarterback hurry in 2013 with the Bengals.