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Colin Peek
Colin Peek

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Ponte Vedra, Fla.

High School:
Bolles

Last College:
Georgia Tech

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 255

Position:
Tight End

Experience:
TR



Career Stats

2009 (SENIOR): Colin Peek has made an immediate impact for the Crimson Tide ... started eight games and played in all nine ... missed all but the first snap of the Tennessee game and all but a few plays of the LSU game with a sprained MCL that he suffered in warmups for the Tennessee game ... the Georgia Tech transfer has 19 catches on the year with 13 of those going for first downs, including a team-high five on third down ... has one touchdown reception ... averages 11.2 yards per catch for 213 receiving yards ... has proven to be an outstanding asset as a blocker on the edge in the rushing game ... has at least on catch in the first seven games this season and multiple catches in six games ... selected to the midseason watch list for the Mackey Award, which goes to the nation's top tight end. Virginia Tech: Had three catches in the second half for 37 yards ... moved the chains on each of his receptions, including long of 19 yards. FIU: Caught one pass, a 13-yard completion that was good for an Alabama first down on a drive that led to points for the Tide. North Texas: Caught two passes for seven and 19 yards, respectively against the Mean Green ... both converted first downs for the Tide, including one grab on third down that led to a Crimson Tide touchdown ... named the offensive player of the week by the UA coaching staff. Arkansas: Caught two passes for 19 yards, including a 14-yard grab that converted a Crimson Tide first down on an eventual scoring drive. Kentucky: Had six receptions for 65 yards and a touchdown ... his biggest contribution of the day was a 21-yard catch over the middle on a third-and-long play with the Tide backed up to their own end zone ... the catch jump started the UA drive, which resulted in a 97-yard scoring drive that was capped with his 3-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Greg McElroy. Mississippi: Caught three passes for 32 yards ... converted two first downs ... long pass play was 14 yards ... his blocking keyed several long runs. South Carolina: Caught two passes for 21 yards with a long of 16 yards that was good for a UA first down ... helped block for 264 yards rushing, including a 246-yard effort from Mark Ingram. Tennessee: Suffered a sprained medial colateral ligament in pre-game warmups ... started the game, but that was the only snap he played. LSU: Played a handful of snaps off the bench, mainly as a decoy.

2008 (JUNIOR AT ALABAMA): Peek sat out the year due to the NCAA transfer rule, but regained his eligibility following the completion of the fall semester at Alabama ... was eligible to play in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, but missed the game with an injured foot ... earned Academic All-SEC honors during the fall of 2008.

2007 (SOPHOMORE AT GEORGIA TECH): Peek started 11 games for the Yellow Jackets as a sophomore in 2007 ... did not start two games when the Jackets began in a three-wide receiver set ... ranked third on the team in receptions with 25 ... tallied 248 yards receiving and caught one touchdown pass ... caught at least one pass in 10-of-13 games, including each of the first eight games of the year ... had a career-high five receptions for 35 yards vs. Boston College on Sept. 15, including a long of 15 yards ... hauled in three passes for 31 yards at Maryland on Oct. 6 ... two catches vs. Army on Oct. 20 went for 49 yards and included a career-long 37-yard reception ... caught three passes for 28 yards vs. Georgia with a touchdown on Nov. 24 ... the 17-yard touchdown strike from Taylor Bennett gave the Jackets a 14-10 lead with two minutes left in the first half.

2006 (REDSHIRT AT GEORGIA TECH): Peek redshirted during his second year with the Yellow Jackets.

2005 (FRESHMAN AT GEORGIA TECH): Peek earned playing time as a true freshman in 2005 ... was one of eight true freshmen to see action in 2005 for Georgia Tech ... played in nine games but did not catch a pass.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: He was a highly regarded prospect who was rated among the nation's Top 30 tight ends by Scout.com (No. 23) and Rivals.com (No. 27) ... also the No. 59 player on the Scout.com Southeast Top 100 ... named to the Florida Times Union Super 75 for Florida ... caught 36 passes for 405 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior at The Bolles School ... helped Bolles to three consecutive state titles and a 41-3 record in his three years ... coached by Corky Rogers ... named to the First Coast All-Academic Football team ... played for the U.S. Team in the NFL Global Junior Championship in Jacksonville, Fla. ... full name is Colin Davis Peek ... majoring in management ... named to the 2005-06 ACC Academic Honor Roll and the 2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll.