Eleanor Roosevelt HS (CA) offensive line prospect Nicholas Peck is awaiting his first FBS offer and hopes BYU might be the one

BYU’s coaching staff and recruiters are often times the first to offer prospects leading the way for other college programs to follow suit. Eleanor Roosevelt High School (CA) offensive lineman Nicholas Peck is hoping BYU becomes his first offer.

Coming in at 6-5, 295-pounds, Nicholas Peck is currently being evaluated by BYU’s coaching staff. The 2019 class offensive line prospect is currently keeping in touch with BYU’s Director of Recruiting Operations Tevita Ofahengaue.

“Things with recruiting are going really well with BYU,” said Peck. “I talk to Coach Tevita [Ofahengaue] over the phone [every so often] and he continues to show interest in me.”

When checking in on Peck, Ofahengaue makes sure he’s keeping up his GPA up among other topics.

“We mostly talk about recruiting and majors and grades,” Peck said. “I truly enjoy talking to them.”

Along with BYU, Peck is currently being evaluated by many programs including Alabama, Army, Cal, Central Washington, Colorado, Florida State, Michigan State, Navy, Pittsburgh, and USC. So, where does BYU stand?

“BYU is definitely one of my top schools,” said Peck. “I truly love what is going on over there. The program and fan base is supportive and loving. It is awesome!”

Although Peck doesn’t have any scholarships at this point in the recruiting process, he does hope one is coming soon.

“At the moment I have zero scholarship offers,” Peck said. “But I am hoping my first one is coming really soon!”

He plans on visiting BYU over the summer for an unofficial visit, and with that visit he also hopes he leaves Provo, Utah with an offer in hand.

“I actually plan to go to camp there this summer and check out the campus,” Peck said. “I look forward to seeing if the fan base and staff are as supporting and loving as it seems!”


Total Blue Sports Top Stories