Ken Carter joined the Auburn football staff in 2015 working for the Tigers in player development.
An Auburn defensive lineman from 2010-13, he was a part of the Tigers' 2010 BCS championship team and also a key member of the 2013 squad that played for the BCS national title. Making 12 career starts in 47 games played, he posted 53 career tackles and three fumble recoveries and was a part of two SEC championship teams. He was invited to rookie camp with the Kansas City Chiefs following his Auburn career.
A graduate of Greenville (Ala.) High, he was selected as the 2009 5A Lineman of the Year by the Alabama Sports Writers Association, and played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game.
A December, 2013, graduate with a bachelor's degree in public administration, Carter received his master's degree in adult education from Auburn in December, 2014. His brother, Marlon Davidson, is a defensive lineman on the Auburn team.