Colin Peek Interview
By: Scott Porter
March 3, 2010
Scott Porter: What are your biggest strengths?
Colin Peek: Personally, I believe my biggest strengths are my consistency, intelligence, toughness and determination. On the field, I believe that my biggest strengths fall upon my ability to be an all-around versatile TE. This includes being a great run-blocking TE as well as being an explosive down the field threat in the receiving game.

Scott Porter: What player in the NFL reminds your of yourself the most?
Colin Peek: Tony Gonzalez and Jason Witten.

Scott Porter: What will be the biggest transition from the college to the pro level?
Colin Peek: I believe that Coach Saban runs a very NFL-esque system which prepares you for a seamless transition into the next level. Thanks to him, I feel that I'm put in the best position to already be successful. I owe him everything.

Scott Porter: What will you miss most about college football?
Colin Peek: I'll miss everything about college football. Honestly, there is no better place to play college football than at the University of Alabama. I'll miss everything encompassing my time at Alabama: the fanatical fans, the unwavering support, the beautiful campus, suiting up at Bryant-Denny stadium. I'll miss my teammates more than anything. We were truly a family of brothers.

Scott Porter: What is the toughest part about playing your position?
Colin Peek: The toughest part about playing my position is being able to contain all the necessary skills sets required to be successful. Not only due you have to be a great receiver but you must also be a tremendous blocker. You have to be the most versatile offensive player on the field.

Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Colin Peek: I'm huge into music and movies. I write and perform rap/hip-hop music and write screen plays for movie concepts I'd like to get produced one day.

Scott Porter: What will you be doing from now until the NFL draft to prepare yourself?
Colin Peek: I'll be training at API (Athlete's Performance Institute) down in Pensacola Beach, Fla.

Scott Porter: Did you have a favorite player and team as a kid?
Colin Peek: Never had a favorite team, but my ideals are Jerry Rice and Walter Payton.

Scott Porter: What was the Senior Bowl experience like for you?
Colin Peek: It was a tremendous experience to play one last game with a bunch of former teammates as well as a great opportunity to meet and become friends with several other athletes. Just thankful for the opportunity.





(September 21, GBNReport.com) -- Virginia Tech redshirt sophomore RB Ryan Williams is questionable at best for Saturday’s conference opener against Boston College after he injured a hamstring in last weekend’s win over East Carolina. The injury is not believed to be serious even though Williams had to be helped off the field and spent the second half on crutches, however, he has practiced on a limited basis this week.


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