Peake Likes Clemson's Chances with Drew

Peake Likes Clemson's Chances with Drew


Peake Likes Clemson's Chances with Drew


5-star receiver Charone Peake gave his official visit to Clemson high marks.  Peake spent time this weekend trying to convince another US Army All-American Ray Drew to join him at Clemson.

How did Charone enjoy the official visit to Clemson?

Peake: I enjoyed it. I had a lot of fun. I just enjoyed spending time with coaches and the other recruits. It really feels like a family.

Who came with Charone on the visit?

Peake: My mom and dad came with me.

What was the highlight of the visit?

Peake: I would say when we sent to coach Swinney’s house. We went over there Saturday night. I had a good time.

How did the visit rate on a scale of one to ten?

Peake: I would probably give it a 10.

How did your parents enjoy the visit?

Peake: They really enjoyed it. They had a lot of fun also.

What did you do Saturday night with your player host?

Peake: We just chilled and played video games. I hung out with some of the other guys.

Tell us about the conversations with the coaches?

Peake: I met him at school on Wednesday. I like coach Morris a lot. I can tell you he is going to bring a lot of good things to the offense. Dabo told me to be ready to come in and work as hard as I can.

Did you and Sammy spend a lot of time together?

Peake: We didn’t spend too much time together. We are pretty tight. We spent a lot of time at the US Army game together.

How do you think Ray enjoyed his visit?

Peake: He had a good visit. I think Clemson has a good shot.



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