Watching Peck in his first outing with the Big Red at Jersey Strong in June, all it took was a few possessions (and a few absolute bombs from the wing) to see how perfectly he fits with the way Lawrenceville plays. Following the graduation of lefty sharpshooter Hunter Chauvette, Peck’s arrival also comes at the right time. Of course, there’s no such thing as a 1-for-1 replacement in this case, not to mention their skill sets are rather different even if they look similar physically. A transfer from Albany Academy (N.Y.), he packs a punch despite his lanky 5’10, 155-pound frame and has powerful wrists that allow him to put a ton of zip on his shots. He cocks his stick head way back to hide his release and isn’t afraid to let it go from 12 to 15 yards, often before goalies even see it coming. Dynamic as a dodger with the craftiness of a Canadian, he changes directions on a dime and is constantly able to get a step to create his shot or set teammates up. Whether he’s at attack or running out of the box, Peck should find himself on the stat sheet quite a bit this spring.