DE 6-4, 220 Domata Peko Jr Signs LOI
Posted: Tue Dec 20, 2022 4:37 pm
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Domata Peko Jr. ATHLETE (hybrid DE/OLB & TE) from Calabasas HS (Calabasas, CA.); son of former 15-year NFL veteran DL Domata Peko (who played for Michigan State after College of the Canyons from Samoana HS, American Samoa).
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SoCal ATH Domata Peko locks in official visit to San Jose State
By GREG BIGGINS Dec 27
Calabasas (Calif.) edge rusher Domata Peko locked in an official visit to San Jose State.
Peko will visit the Spartans on January 13 before flying out to Hawaii for the Polynesian Bowl. Hawaii is heavily involved here as well and Peko could take a visit immediately after the Poly Bowl, which is January 20.
In fact, Peko actually committed to the Warriors and we expected him to sign during the Early Signing Period. He then backed off his pledge and said he wanted to wait until the late signing period in February to keep his options open.
The new Mike Riley?
Domata Peko Jr., committed to UH the night before signing day but chose to explore the rest of his options ahead of his next opportunity to sign on Feb. 1.
For Domata Peko Jr., Hawaii remains in the running for his services. Since then, he’s earned scholarship offers from San Jose State, Utah Tech and Houston Baptist, as well as walk-on offers from Oregon and Oregon State.
“UH is on the top of my recruitment board for me. I’m gonna make my decision Feb. 1, so I’m excited. UH is definitely one of my top choices because of the culture it comes with and I like where their team’s at, kind of a rebuild state where we can develop over the next couple of years there and also having my cousin there, too, it helps a lot with the recruitment,” Peko Jr. said. “Also just being close to Samoa and learning stuff like that, it helps a lot.”