The Arizona coaching staff had a very good day as two more players added their names to the list of 2015 commitments. TE Brion Anduze and WR/ATH Cedric Peterson both gave their verbals.
Peterson is a three-star recruit from Rancho Verde HS in Moreno Valley, CA, and according to Rivals and 247Sports had offers from several other Pac-12 schools including Cal, Colorado, and the Washington schools.
The 6-1, 190 pound Peterson has played RB and WR in high school, but it appears Arizona and WR coach Tony Dews are looking for him to fill a slot receiver position.
The first commitment of the day came from TE Brion Anduze, a 6-3, 232 pound kid from Silverdale, WA. He is just the second high schooler in this class that doesn't come from Arizona or California (Samuel Morrison being the other).
I am proud to say that I have committed to play football at the University of Arizona #BearDown— Duze (@AnduzeB) June 20, 2014
It should be noted that Anduze is also a baseball prospect, and Perfect Game shows that Oregon State has shown interest in him for his baseball skills, although he has not committed obviously. As a two-star TE, there certainly is a chance that Anduze would go play baseball somewhere if he had the right offer.
These two commits bring the Class of 2015 total up to 14 players. According to the 247 Composite score, Arizona is currently ranked 25th in the nation, and 2nd in the Pac-12 as far as 2015 recruiting goes.