SoCal OL lands offer from Big 12

Offensive tackle Bryan Peters (6-5, 305, 5.1) from La Mirada, Calif., stock has been on a steady rise ever since the spring evaluation period began. Today he picked up his seventh offer, this one from a Big 12 school.
The Kansas Jayhawks have joined Colorado State, Florida State, Hawai'i, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming at table and have offered Peters a scholie. Nevada was the first school to offer
"This is my first big 12 offer and it is a very exciting time," Peters said. "Chuck Long came by school yesterday and watched me work out.
"Kansas is a school that I'm really considering," Peters said. "I have family in the Midwest and Kansas has a great Coaching staff. Coach Turner Gill is a class act."
The scouting report on Peters is he has a tremendous upside. He has only been playing football for two years so his best days a player are ahead of him. He's a hard worker who will see that he gets the most out of his ability. He gets better and better with each passing week.
Peters has great feet and great hips, he will get stronger and that will come because of his outstanding work ethic. He has a great motor and is very tough. All things that are important if you are to be a successful offensive lineman.
In an earlier interview, La Mirada head coach Mike Moschetti had the following to say about his up and coming offensive lineman.
"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."