Peake Impressed by Tigers

Peake Impressed by Tigers


Peake Impressed by Tigers


By Keith McGonigle.

One of the best recruits in the 2011 class, WR Charone Peake, plans on seeing Clemson’s take on Miami October 2nd.  The Clemson verbal commit says he likes what he seen from the Tigers.

“I think they are going to be very good this year, they were really good against Auburn,” said Peake.

Things did not start off the way that Charone wanted them to in his first game.

“I got injured in the first half of my first game, but we have been winning so that is all that matters,” said Peake.

Charone had 60 yards receiving in his first game and followed that up with a 50 yard performance in his third game.  He still has not seen the end zone this season and he is hoping that it can happen this Friday. 

The 6’3” 200 lbs receiver also plays kick returner and punt returner for the 4-0 Dorman Cavaliers.

Charone is not the only receiver that will be playing for Clemson next season, Adam Humphries will also be wearing orange next year.

“It is really good to be playing with him next year he is playing really good right now,” said Peake.

What is Charone doing to get better this year?

“Just trying to get better as the year goes on, and be the best I can be by the time I get to Clemson,” replied Peake.



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