Andrew Peacock
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Appalachian State

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Undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver out of Appalachian State whose solid hands and route-running ability earned him a spot on the Lions practice squad in 2014.


  • Signed by the Lions to a Future/Reserve contract on January 6, 2015.
  • Signed by the Detroit Lions as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 12, 2014.

Undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver out of Appalachian State whose solid hands and route-running ability earned him a spot on the Lions practice squad in 2014.

Finished his career at Appalachian State as the school’s all-time leader with 208 career receptions and ranked fifth in program history with 2,108 receiving yards. Caught 40-plus passes in three of his four seasons as a Mountaineer (48, 2011; 79, 2012; 78, 2013) and combined for a total of 2,188 yards of total offense.

2013: Played in all 12 games as a senior, ending the season with 78 receptions, one shy of his career-high 79 set in 2012, 706 receiving yards (58.8 avg) and two touchdowns. Also carried the ball twice for 17 yards.

  • His 78 receptions topped the Southern Conference as he received second team all-conference honors for the second-consecutive season. His 78 receptions also rank fifth in the Appalachian State record books.

2012: Named Second Team All-Southern Conference for the first time in his career after turning in a career-high 795 receiving yards on 79 catches (66.2 avg) and four touchdowns. Had at least five receptions in 11-of-12 games on the season. Also threw two touchdown passes and returned one punt for 23 yards.

  • Caught his first touchdown pass of the season on a 25-yard grab in the season opener vs. Montana.
  • Posted a career-high 11 receptions for 130 yards and one touchdown, while also throwing a touchdown pass in the So-Con title game vs. Furman.

2011: Started 10-of-12 games as a sophomore, concluding the season with 48 receptions for 564 yards and three touchdowns, ranking second on the team in all three categories. Also carried the ball a career-high eight times for 44 yards (5.5 avg).

  • Set a season-high in receptions with eight for 79 yards at Furman.
  • Helped mount a 21-point comeback at Elon with five receptions for 47 yards as ASU went on to win the game, 28-21.

2010: Contributed primarily on special teams, particularly on kickoff coverage, in his first full season as a Mountaineer, appearing in 12-of-13 games. Made five tackles on special teams and added three receptions for 43 yards for the season on offense.

  • Hauled in his first-career reception with an 11-yard grab vs. Jacksonville.

2009: Redshirted.

Amassed nearly 3,000 yards of total offense at quarterback as a senior at Northern Durham (N.C.) High School under Head Coach Anthony Sullivan, where he was a four-year starter at quarterback. Helped lead Northern Durham to a 4-3 PAC 6 Conference finish and its first playoff appearance in three years.

  • Majored in health promotion at Appalachian State and completed an internship in the program’s strength and conditioning department during the summer of 2013.
  • Son of Warren and Bridgette Peacock.

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