There is no stopping Andrus Peat when it comes to landing big offers.
Oregon is the latest program to offer Peat, a 6-foot-6, 270-pound offensive tackle from Tempe (Ariz.) Corona Del Sol who just days ago added Michigan and Florida to his extensive list.
Almost all of the nation's best programs have offered Peat, who said he still plans to take his time with recruiting and not rush a decision. The offer from the Ducks is another big one to consider though among a long list of suitors.
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"It's really great to get the offer from such a great program like Oregon," Peat said.
"They have done very well in the Pac-10 the last few years and have had really explosive offenses. I was actually there last year for an unofficial visit and got to see the school and facilities which I was really impressed by, too."
USC, Florida State and Texas are three places Peat mentioned earlier this week as schools he'd like to visit but so many powerhouses are on his list that he can basically choose his college destination.
His brother, Todd, a four-star defensive tackle in the 2011 class, signed with Nebraska and Peat said the Huskers are also under serious consideration but he has not narrowed down his list yet.
Earlier this week, Peat said the offers from Florida and Michigan were definitely ones to consider especially with how many talented offensive linemen each program has produced.
At this point in his recruitment, Peat plans to just let the offers to continue to come in and then at a later date will start sorting out which teams have a legitimate chance to land his signature.
"I think it would be nice to get it done early but I don't want to rush anything," Peat said this week. "I want to make sure I pick the right school. If I get out to some of these schools it will make it easier to make my decision but I don't want to rush it."
Three schools that Peat would still like offers from are Ohio State, LSU and Tennessee. But the Tempe standout is hardly hurting for offers since basically every other legitimate national power has now gotten involved.