And he didn't disappoint.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder, was able to make multiple plays downfield, showcasing his hands and crisp route running abilities throughout the two-day camp.
"I think I did alright," Peoples-Jones said modestly. "I just wanted to come out here and see how I competed with some of the best players in the Midwest."
Ohio State, which is Peoples-Jones' only offer, took the opportunity to get Peoples-Jones reacquainted with coach Urban Meyer.
"They introduced me to all of their coaching staff," Peoples-Jones said on the Buckeyes. "I met coach Meyer. It went well. He just wanted to meet me. I met him before, but that was before I had the offer. This time was a little more serious."
Peoples-Jones had a conversation with Michigan State, as well.
"Coach Samuel, we have a good relationship," Peoples-Jones said on the Spartans. "He comes up to my school quite often. So I see him a lot."
While Michigan has yet to offer Peoples-Jones, he still had positive things to say about the Wolverines.
"Michigan is probably the top prominent school in the country," Peoples-Jones said. "Everybody who lives in Michigan, they look up to Michigan. And look for them to stay on top."
Peoples-Jones says he also is planning on camping at U-M this week for a one-day camp.
"I want to show them what I have," Peoples-Jones said. "Obviously, they haven't offered me yet. I want to show them I am worthy of it."
In the meantime, Peoples-Jones says he will working hard this summer as he prepares for his sophomore campaign.
"I got to go into this summer hard," Peoples-Jones said. "I haven't really done anything. I only played in a couple games. I still have something to prove. This will be the season to prove it."