Colorado continues to show a tremendous amount of interest in Cedric Peterson and the 2015 wide receiver is taking notice.
The Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde recruit said the Buffaloes are showing the most early interest - the main team staying involved in his recruitment - and he definitely appreciates it.
Colorado recently stopped by his school again and the Buffaloes have already offered. They're pushing for him to take an unofficial visit to Boulder this off-season and he's strongly considering it.
"Colorado came down again a few days ago and I talked to them and that's about it," Peterson said.
"They told me they're still watching me and they wanted to talk to me before the dead period started for them and they'll be back down in January and they want me to check out their school sometime and visit with the coaches.
"I like to see that they have interest in me. I'm one of their first priorities getting up there and once I get there I won't have to worry about going to a college where they're not really interested in me. I'm happy they have a lot of interest in me and they can use me in different positions."
A few months ago, the Moreno Valley Rancho Verde standout took trips to Arizona State and USC. Washington had also been showing some early interest.
But Peterson now says Colorado has been the most consistent school recruiting him and that he's taking his time to see if others get involved this off-season and into his senior year.
"I haven't really been hearing from any other schools lately," Peterson said. "Most coaches are telling me they have interest in my highlight tape and they're watching me but nothing really else."