Andrus Peat Looking At FSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Stanford, Texas

One of the biggest targets in this year's class is Andrus Peat, offensive tackle from Corona del Sol in Tempe. Inna Lazarev of Scout caught up with Peat and found out more about the offensive tackle's recruit. Although I can't read Lazarev's article as it's behind a paywall, there's six schools she lists on her Tweet about Peat

  • Florida St. Seminoles & Texas Longhorns: Peat could play early in either situation.
  • Michigan Wolverines: Brady Hoke has had an affinity to recruiting offensive linemen from his San Diego State and Ball State days, so it'd make sense that Peat would be attracted to his program.
  • Nebraska Cornhuskers: Peat could join his brother Todd, who signed up with Bo Pelini last season.
  • Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Brian Kelly is really trying to get the national recruiting going up.
  • Only one Pac-12 school is approaching Peat's radar--the Stanford Cardinal, who have a good recent tradition at producing quality offensive lineman.

For more on football recruiting, head to Tomahawk Nation (FSU), Maize N Brew (Michigan), Corn Nation (Nebraska), One Foot Down (Notre Dame), Rule of Tree (Stanford) and Burnt Orange Nation (Texas).

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