Lexington small-school standout <b>Jordan Peterson</b> made a splash at the Texas A&M June 13th mini-camp, earning him a camp offer. He then took an unofficial visit with his family to College Station on Tuesday so they could grab an up-close look at what Texas A&M has to offer and to grab a little more personal time with the coaching staff.
"My father actually got to see how the coaching staff coached the players at the mini-camp on Sunday and was really impressed," Peterson said.
After showing mom the facilities and campus on Tuesday, though, it was time for the 5-10 cornerback/free safety to make a decision.
"I committed on Tuesday," Peterson said. "The coaching staff is just great, they communicate very well to their players and that's important to me. Also, they have the best facilities, it's close to where I live, so I went head and committed."
Peterson has the speed to play corner but could also make a name at free safety.