Caleb Peveto
Caleb Peveto

Highland Village, Texas

High School:
Flower Mound Marcus

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 290



Junior (2006): Won the Charles H. Trigg Blocking Award recognizing SMU's top lineman on the season, sharing the honor with Ben Poynter... Blocked for an SMU offense that tallied 325 points, the third-most ever in a season at SMU... Started all 12 games at right guard; Sophomore (2005): Started all 11 games at left guard... Assisted on one tackle against Texas A&M; Freshman (2004): Saw time in all 11 games along the offensive line, starting the last four games at left guard... Co-winner of the James Bradley "New Mustang" award for consistent play along with Ben Poynter and Wilton McCray; 2003: Redshirt; Prep: Rated as one of the top offensive linemen in North Texas... No. 87 on the Dallas Morning News/ area Top 100 list... Also a member of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Area Top 75... Recorded 108 knockdown blocks and allowed only one sack in 677 plays as a senior... Two-time second-team All-District offensive line selection... Also earned All-Denton County honors... Three-year letterman... Team captain of both the football and track and field squads... Member of his school's Math Club... Coached in high school by Randy Mayes... Picked SMU over Vanderbilt; Personal: Economics with Finance Application major... Dad Cal played college football at Texas A&M and in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints for two seasons... Cousin Brad played defensive back at SMU from 1983-86.

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