Monday was busy for the Beehive State on the football recruiting front, as the BYU Cougars received three commitments, while Corner Canyon quarterback Zach Wilson announced his pledge to Boise State.

Kicker Cash Peterman of Chandler, Arizona and long snapper Austin Riggs of Eagle, Idaho committed as part of the Cougars' 2018 recruiting class, while American Fork wide receiver Chase Roberts is in the Class of 2019.

Wilson's commitment was a quick one, as he just received a scholarship offer from the Broncos on Sunday.

According to statistics on MaxPreps.com, Peterman went 5-of-6 on field goals and 67-of-71 on extra points last season at Chandler High School and Riggs comes from the same high school as BYU quarterback Tanner Mangum.

As just a sophomore last fall, the 6-foot-4 Anderson led the Cavemen in receptions (52), receiving yards (703) and tied for the team lead in touchdown catches (6).

For the Chargers in 2016, the 6-foot-3 Wilson was 181-of-274 for 2,751 yards with 21 touchdowns against seven interceptions. He also rushed for 374 yards on 86 carries with a touchdown.