Clemson WR to play in Reese's Senior Bowl


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Peake had a bounce back season after some serious injuries
Peake had a bounce back season after some serious injuries

Wide receiver Charone Peake is Clemson’s only player participating in the Reese’s Senior Bowl to be held Saturday, January 30 at 1:30 p.m. CT in Mobile, Alabama.

Peake had 50 receptions for 716 yards and five touchdowns this season. For his career, he had 99 catches for 1172 yards and ten scores.

One of Peake's top games was a six catch, 99-yard effort in the National Championship game vs. Alabama.

Full Rosters for Senior Bowl

NORTH Team

Quarterbacks: Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech; Kevin Hogan, Stanford; Cody Kessler, Southern Cal; Carson Wentz, North Dakota State.

Running backs: Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech; Tyler Ervin, San Jose State; Chris Swain, Navy; Soma Vainuku, Southern Cal.

Tight ends: Henry Krieger-Coble, Iowa; Nick Vannett, Ohio State; Bryce Williams, East Carolina.

Wide receivers: Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State; Leonte Carroo, Rutgers; K.J. Maye, Minnesota; Braxton Miller, Ohio State; Chris Moore, Cincinnati; Jordan Payton, UCLA.

Offensive linemen: Jack Allen, Michigan State; Willie Beavers, Western Michigan; Austin Blythe, Iowa; Joe Dahl, Washington State; Josh Garnett, Stanford; Joe Haeg, North Dakota State; Nick Martin, Notre Dame; Kyle Murphy, Stanford; Jason Spriggs, Indiana; Cole Toner, Harvard.

Defensive linemen: Sheldon Day, Notre Dame; Jason Fanaika, Utah; Matt Ioannidis, Temple; Austin Johnson, Penn State; Carl Nassib, Penn State; Lawrence Thomas, Michigan State; Jihad Ward, Illinois; Adolphus Washington, Ohio State.

Linebackers: Kyler Fackrell, Utah State; Nick Kwiatkoski, West Virginia; Blake Martinez, Stanford; Tyler Matakevich, Temple; Jared Norris, Utah; Joshua Perry, Ohio State; Joe Schobert, Wisconsin.

Defensive backs: Maurice Canady, Virginia; K.J. Dillon, West Virginia; Deiondre Hall, Northern Iowa; William Jackson III, Houston; Miles Killebrew, Southern Utah; Eric Murray, Minnesota; Darian Thompson, Boise State; Kevin Peterson, Oklahoma State; Tyvis Powell, Ohio State; Tavon Young, Temple.

Place-kicker: Ka'imi Fairbairn, UCLA.

Punter: Riley Dixon, Syracuse.

Long snapper: Jeff Overbaugh, San Diego State.

SOUTH Team

Quarterbacks: Brandon Allen, Arkansas; Jacoby Brissett, North Carolina State; Jake Coker, Alabama; Dak Prescott, Mississippi State.

Running backs: Kenyan Drake, Alabama; Aaron Green, TCU; Dan Vitale, Northwestern; Jonathan Williams, Arkansas.

Tight ends: Jerell Adams, South Carolina; Glenn Gronkowski, Kansas State; Jake McGee, Florida.

Wide receivers: Jay Lee, Baylor; Kolby Listenbee, TCU; Paul McRoberts, Southeast Missouri; Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia; Charone Peake, Clemson; Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma.

Offensive linemen: Vadal Alexander, LSU; Evan Boehm, Missouri; Le'Raven Clark, Texas Tech; Spencer Drango, Baylor; Graham Glasgow, Michigan; Connor McGovern, Missouri; John Theus, Georgia; Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas; Christian Westerman, Arizona State; Cody Whitehair, Kansas State.

Defensive linemen: Quinton Jefferson, Maryland; Bronson Kaufusi, BYU; Shawn Oakman, Baylor; Sheldon Rankins, Louisville; Jarran Reed, Alabama; Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky; Charles Tapper, Oklahoma.

Linebackers: Kentrell Brothers, Missouri; Josh Forrest, Kentucky; Jordan Jenkins, Georgia; Deion Jones, LSU; Antonio Morrison, Florida; Dadi Nicolas, Virginia Tech; Reggie Ragland, Alabama; Eric Striker, Oklahoma.

Defensive backs: James Bradberry, Samford; Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee; Jeremy Cash, Duke; Sean Davis, Maryland; DeAndre Houston-Carson, William and Mary; Cyrus Jones, Alabama; Jonathan Jones, Auburn; Harlan Miller, Southeastern Louisiana; Jalen Mills, LSU.

Place-kicker: Ross Martin, Duke.

Punter: Alex Kinal, Wake Forest.

Long snapper: Jimmy Landes, Baylor.

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