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Name: Camerun Peoples 
College: Appalachian State     Number: 6
Height: 6-1   Weight: 210
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2023

40 Low: 4.45
   40 Time: 4.55
  40 High: 4.60
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 2ndC...2019: (+) Sept 2019 Foot INJ/Out for 2019

 Camerun Peoples, Appalachian State, Player News


  Serving as one of three options out of the backfield, Peoples used the end of the season to surge ahead and become a 1,100-yard rusher. He ran for 317 of those yards in the Myrtle Beach Bowl, a five-touchdown performance that was an exclamation point to end a long and difficult season. Peoples will be part of a talented running back group once again, which speedster Nate Noel and adds transfer Jahmir Smith from Notre Dame. Daetrich Harrington is also on the mend from an injury that forced him out of the last six games of last season. - Winston-Salem Journal

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2023 RB Camerun PeoplesAppalachian State
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  2020 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM: Camerun Peoples, App State, RB,...The All-Sun Belt second team included App State junior inside linebacker D'Marco Jackson (LB), sophomore right tackle Cooper Hodges (OL) and sophomore running back Camerun Peoples (RB). Peoples is third in the Sun Belt in rushing yards per game thanks to his 807 yards over 10 games - he's No. 2 at 81.0 in the eight league games. - Appalachian State Football

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2023 RB Camerun PeoplesAppalachian State
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  Camerun Peoples ran for a bowl-record 319 yards and tied a record with five rushing touchdowns as Appalachian State beat North Texas 56-28 Monday in the Myrtle Beach Bowl to start college football's pandemic-affected bowl season. Peoples, a sophomore, surpassed the 307 yards rushing of Georgia Tech's PJ Daniels in the 2004 Humanitarian Bowl. Peoples also became the seventh player to run for that many scores in a bowl game, a list that includes Oklahoma State's Barry Sanders and Toledo's Kareem Hunt, as the Mountaineers (9-3) remained perfect in bowls since joining the Sun Belt Conference in 2014. North Texas (4-6) of Conference USA fell behind 28-7 and had no answer for Peoples or the App State rushing game, which finished with 508 yards. It was a powerful performance by App State and a somewhat normal start to a bowl schedule with few guarantees about how things will play out. Most years, the Mean Green, who came in with a losing record, would've had their lockers cleaned out until spring practice. But this isn't most years. - AP College Football

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2023 RB Camerun PeoplesAppalachian State
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  Camerun Peoples scored on a 10-yard touchdown run with just under five minutes remaining as Appalachian State came from behind for a 17-13 win, foiling an upset bid by Georgia State in a bruising game on Saturday. Peoples dragged safety Chris Moore with him over the goal line. The Mountaineers (6-1, 4-0 Sun Belt Conference) lost quarterback Zac Thomas to injury when he was tackled while scrambling out of bounds during the game-winning drive. Jacob Huesman came off the sidelines, promptly hit Peoples with a screen pass for 12 yards and finished an 11-play, 77-yard drive for App State's first lead of the game. Georgia State (3-4, 2-4) took the opening kick 75 yards in 13 plays and grabbed a 7-0 lead when Cornelious Brown IV tossed a 19-yard pass to Sam Pinckney. Georgia State led 10-3 at halftime, outgaining the Mountaineers 211 yards to 89. - AP College Football

(DS#32 RB) rSo/2023 RB Camerun PeoplesAppalachian State
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  The season still has a long way to go, but Saturday was a good start. Peoples was one of three running backs featured in the 35-20 victory against Charlotte. But from the moment he touched the ball, on the Mountaineers' third offensive series, his carries were electric. He scored his touchdown and had five carries on the drive - three that were 10 yards or longer. He was the first running back to break the order, his number called again for the next series. He'd get two carries and get dinged up, heading to the locker room. He returned for more action in the second half. "I guess I'm the hot hand," Peoples remembered before cracking a joke. "...I was like wow hold up now, I gotta catch my breath."

App State coach Shawn Clark said during his weekly press conference that Peoples would continue to be evaluated throughout the week. While Peoples spoke on Monday, an unexpected figure crashed his interview. Nic Cardwell, App State's offensive line coach, busted in to shout a few sentences. "He's thinking he's going to take it to the house," Cardwell shouted. "He's going all the way, as soon as he touches the rock, baby." And as Peoples reflected on his path from Lineville, Ala., to Boone, he hopes that will be the first of many more touchdowns. "I feel like I've always been kind of overlooked, and I feel like a lot of guys here can relate to that, which I think that's what makes this team so special," Peoples said. "It's that we all play with a chip on our shoulder. We all play like we got something to prove." - Winston-Salem Journal


(DS#32 RB) rSo/2023 RB Camerun PeoplesAppalachian State
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