There were high hopes for Fresno State wide receiver Aaron Peck coming off a 2014 junior season in which he played all 14 games with 10 starts while ranking second on the team with 419 receiving yards, but a foot injury short-circuited his senior season. After a redshirt year, he’s back and competing well in spring practices ahead of the 2016 campaign.
There were high hopes for Fresno State wide receiver Aaron Peck coming off a 2014 junior season in which he played all 14 games with 10 starts while ranking second on the team with 419 receiving yards, but a foot injury short-circuited his senior season. After a redshirt year, he’s back and competing well in spring practices ahead of the 2016 campaign. GARY KAZANJIAN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
There were high hopes for Fresno State wide receiver Aaron Peck coming off a 2014 junior season in which he played all 14 games with 10 starts while ranking second on the team with 419 receiving yards, but a foot injury short-circuited his senior season. After a redshirt year, he’s back and competing well in spring practices ahead of the 2016 campaign. GARY KAZANJIAN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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