February 16, 2015
Backstreet Boys’ Carter Wants To See The Bucs Draft Winston
In the first part of PewterReport.com’s exclusive interview with Bucs fan extraordinaire Nick Carter of the mega-popular Backstreet Boys band, he revealed how his halftime performances at Houlihan’s Stadium gave him the confidence he needed to propel his singing and dancing career and how he became a fan of the Pewter Pirates. In the conclusion, Carter discusses his fondness of Tampa Bay quarterbacks with PewterReport.com’s Scott Reynolds, how the team finally needs a franchise QB, who he would draft with the Bucs’ first overall pick and what 2015 has in store for the Backstreet Boys and his career.
Having moved to the Tampa Bay area from Buffalo, New York as an elementary school kid, Carter switched allegiances from the Bills to the orange-clad Buccaneers and his first favorite players were unlikely suspects.
“I grew up with the Bucs in the Tony Dungy era, but it really started with Steve DeBerg,” Carter said. “He was my first favorite player when I was really, really young, and then they changed to red and pewter under Dungy. It was funny because my real favorite player became Trent Dilfer. I really liked Trent and he and I kind of became friends. I would go hang out with him at his house in Harbour Island.