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Peterson Ready to Run Wild

The buzz around Annapolis may be over the bevy of talented defensive players the Mids are bringing into the program as part of the 2010 recruiting class, but coach Niumatalolo's potent triple option offense should be in capable hands during the years to come thanks in part to recent commits like Washington prep star Cody Peterson.

When Olympia (Wash.) Black Hills running back Cody Peterson committed to the Navy Academy last week, Navy fans had good reason to be excited. After all, Peterson's high school resume is chalk full of accomplishments. A three-time All-State performer at running back, the 6-foot-3, 205-pound slasher ran for an almost unheard 2,138 yards and 23 touchdowns during his senior season. Showing quick feet...

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