Moving from South Carolina to Chicago is a big adjustment, but Peak says it is going well so far.
"It is a pretty difficult school academic wise, but basketball wise it has been a lot of fun," Peak explained.
He says every day in practice it has been an adjustment but he is really getting better.
"We work really hard in practice," Peak explained. "I think I have really improved my shooting and my defense. Going against Paul (White) and Jahlil (Okafor) everyday makes me better and they make me work hard."
For Peak the job the Buckeyes have done is impressive and it is led by assistant coach Dave Dickerson.
"I have a close relationship with Coach Dave," said Peak. "He is my buddy and they are a good team as well."
Ohio State's Big Ten rival Purdue has also really stepped things up recently.
"Purdue offered me (Thursday) and I really like them," Peak explained. "I don't know much about them yet, but I now they are a good program."
Peak is currently ranked as the No. 46 prospect in the 2014 class. He currently has no timeframe for making a decision and is simply focused on getting better on the court while making strides in the classroom as well.