Dallas (Texas) Seagoville tight end Andrew Peterson has had a hectic few months ever since receiving close to 20 scholarship offers in a 72-hour period in early December. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound prospect was a bit overwhelmed by all of the newfound attention.
Because of that, Peterson found himself growing a bit weary with the recruiting process. He was scheduled to visit Miami this past weekend but that trip did not happen.
"I didn't go there this weekend," Peterson said. "It's been a long process with all of these visits and I really just didn't want to go on another one. I'm just worn out from it all."
With the Hurricanes out of the mix, Peterson says he is only considering the three schools which he officially visited.
"I'm down to Utah, (Texas) A&M and Arkansas," he said. "Those are the final three schools I'm looking at. I had to cut it to make it easier on me to try and figure out where I was going to go."
Though signing day is only three days away, Peterson says he is not yet ready to make a decision.
"Nobody is standing out right now," he said. "I'm looking at all three schools just the same."
With the dead period taking effect tonight, the big tight end has already hosted coaches from each school.
"They've all already come through for in-home visits," Peterson said. "I'm just sitting back now and talking things over with my family to see where I'm going to go."
Peterson, a three-star prospect, caught eight passes for 220 yards and three touchdowns this past season.