Video: Michigan QB commit throws 65-yard bomb

The high school football season is officially underway, so there is sure to be plenty of highlights for top-tier college prospects all throughout the season. Michigan quarterback commit Brandon Peters was the first to provide an awesome highlight.

Peters had an impressive performance for Avon High School in Indiana ib Friday night. The team took on Ben Davis High School and Peters had a great showing, throwing for 381 yards and four touchdowns, but the one that stood out the most was his second: a sixty-five yard bomb down the left sideline.

Peters’s other three touchdowns looked pretty impressive as well.

Peters and Avon were eventually held off by Ben Davis, who were led by another Michigan commit running back Chris Evans, as they went on to win 49-42. The two future teammates got together after the shootout to rep their commitments.

I would say that Michigan fans are going to be pretty excited when these two get to campus.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to Rivals

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