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Fast rising Cali OL gets ACC offer

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Offensive tackle Bryan Peters (6-5, 305, 5.1) is another player from La Mirada, Calif., who has caught fire this spring. He picked up his first offer last month and he hasn't looked back since. Peters who is currently embarking on an east coast tour, just picked up an offer from a big time ACC school.
"Florida State just offered Bryan Peters," La Mirada head coach Mike Moschetti said. "He now has six offers and think there are going to be a lot more before his recruitment is finished."
Peters is ecstatic about his Florida State offer.
"Coach Rick Trickett is awesome, he's another old school guy that talks toughness," Peters said. "Florida State's tradition speaks for itself. Distance is not a factor at all in my decision.
"I have two goals," Peters said. "Getting a degree and winning a National Championship.
"My focus right now is working my tail off in the weight room and just getting better every day," Peters said. "I'm on my way to Duke, North Carolina State and North Carolina as we speak."
There is good reason to think that this is just the tip of iceberg for Peters recruiting wise. In an earlier interview with Moschetti, he had the following to say about his hot on the recruiting trail offensive lineman.
"This kid has only played two years of football," Moschetti said. "He just gets better and better every week, great feet, great hips, needs to get stronger but that will come, works as hard as anybody that I have ever been around, is 6-5, 305 and still hasn't matured yet,
"Bryan will be an outstanding D-I player," Moschetti said. "He has a great, great motor and toughness.
"Bryan would line up against anybody and will fight his butt off from the first play to the last," Moschetti said. "This kid will make a lot of money someday in the NFL. Great first step and punch off the ball, great at pass protection and understands the game. He's a 4.0 student, too."
Besides Florida State, Peters has offers from Colorado State, Hawai'i, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming.
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