"I am going to Nebraska this weekend," Peters said. "I want to learn a lot more about the school and also the community because I have never been there. It should be a neat experience for me."
Nebraska will be Peters' second visit. The month of January should be busy for Peters who has two other official visits set and another planned after that.
With a visit under his belt and some time to think about it, Peters knows a lot about what he is looking for on these visits.
"I am looking for great academics and good tradition in football. I am looking for a scrappy team, a winning team, a team that plays down to the wire."
"Also looking at the community, a good staff who I can trust because it's almost like a job to perform on the field and in the classroom."
Peters' team had a good season, but didn't go as far as some expected. Getting behind early in a big game was too much to come back from to save the season.
"We made the semi-finals. It fell a little short of our expectations. We were probably the favorites to win state. We got down in the first half, 20-3 and we just ran out of time."
While Peters was unaware of his stats, he did know that what honors he had received. "I am not sure. I got all-state, Gatorade Circle of Champions, all-district and district MVP."