"Arkansas Wake Forest, South Florida, South Carolina, and Florida have all been talking with me a lot," he stated.
He discussed his recent trip up to Tallahassee; one which he says went really well.
"It's going really good with Florida State. I went to their junior day a few weeks back and it went really well. They said they are still evaluating all their prospects right now, but it looks like I'll get an offer sometime soon or possibly this summer," Peterman said. "I am planning on camping up there. Coach Haggins and Jimbo have both been talking with me so far and I think it's going pretty good."
With his off-season already filling up, he's still finding time for some chances to showcase his talents.
"I'll be on the Pro Impact Sports 7on7 team from Jacksonville, and will be at the Elite 11 camp on March 12. I'll be really busy," he proclaimed. "I'm working on my accuracy, I want to tighten that up some before the season starts. I just want to continue to improve from last season along with becoming a smarter football player."
He's not focusing on committing until later on in the season, but doesn't discount that he may commit if the right offer comes his way. "I'm not really sure yet. Once the offers come in I'll consider every one at first. I'm going to take my time and make sure it's the best fit for me and my family," Nathan revealed.
Peterman has had the same amount of success in the classroom that he's been having on the field, and says he's always focused on both.
"I have a 3.7 GPS and a 25 on the ACT. My grades are in order and I'm focused on keeping them that way along with taking care of business on the field too," he finished.