Nicholas Peck Q&A: Updates on recruitment as senior season approaches

2019 Colony Titan Offensive Guard Nicholas Peck is looking to garner more attention in his recruitment while anchoring the Titans offensive line this season.

Th six-foot-three, 295-pound guard from Eastvale, California said that he didn’t have much of an offseason because he jumped from playing with the Colony Titan basketball team to spring workouts for the football team.

On the field and in the classroom Nicholas Peck has seen success. He is a 247Sports three-star recruit, he earned All-American Camp and All-American Bowl Combine invites and was named a player to watch in Colony’s football league Palamores.

He made Principal Honor Roll with a 4.0 GPA and passed his AP Language Arts Exam (4/5).

He transferred from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale to Colony High School in Ontario for a fresh start. He spoke highly of Colony’s weight program saying that it makes players both strong and athletic.

“The transition has helped my game in a plethora of areas. It has taught me how to play all five positions on the offensive line,” he said. “While it has also taught me how to play some defensive line as well. The coaching staff at Colony has boosted my game up a lot.”

Nicholas Peck and the Colony Titans (1-0) go on the road to play the Carter Lions (0-1) of Rialto, CA, Friday, Aug. 24 at 7 pm PST/4 pm EST.

Dimoro Sports: What are your goals for your senior season?

Peck: “The goals for my senior season are for one to win our division and try to win a CIF championship. Most importantly, I want to have as much fun as I possibly can with my brothers for my last year of high school ball.”

Dimoro Sports: What offers have you received this summer?

Peck: “Currently I have offers from Toledo and Chadron State. I have been receiving tons of interests on the division one level from schools such as Nevada, Hawaii, Navy, Portland State, and several ivy leagues.”

Dimoro Sports: When do you plan to commit to the school of your choice?

Peck: “I plan to commit on National Signing Day in February. I’m hoping more opportunities come my way after my senior season. Right now, I’m just focused on winning with my brothers.”

Dimoro Sports: How well do you believe you have grown from when you first started playing high school football up to now?

Peck: “My game has grown exponentially being that my freshman year was my first year playing football. I have grown both literally and with my football skills. My footwork, speed and technique have grown a lot.”

Dimoro Sports: What are some moments in your final season that you want to take in and enjoy a little bit more?

Peck: “I just want to enjoy all the little things like the team meal, hearing the national anthem play, and just enjoying the season as much as possible with my brothers.

Dimoro Sports: What are some things you have learned about football from your coaches that you will always remember? 

Peck: “Some things I have learned from my coaches that I’ll never forget are for one, from my late coach from Roosevelt, Buster Reeves, that if you trust in God and things will work out. From my coaches here at Colony, I have learned a lot in such little time, but the main thing is how important a family atmosphere is for a football team. These guys on my team are my brothers for life.”

Dimoro Sports: When you finally commit, what emotions are you going to feel knowing that the process is over, and you have found a football home?

Peck: “I’m just going to feel completely blessed this journey of football has been a roller coaster it will feel great to have found a football home. It will probably be one of the best days of my life.”

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