Desmon Peoples

Rutgers Scarlet Knights #6 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-8
  • Weight: 175
  • Seasons: JR

Early Signing Period: Kyle Monangai Signs With Rutgers Football


Tuesday night’s announcement followed quickly by official LOI.

Rutgers Spring Football: W2W4 in 2019 Scarlet-White Game


All eyes on Sitkowski (again), where will the help come from?

Rutgers recruiting class of 2017: Individual first impressions


The SVP of my department always leaves us with “one thing” so here’s something for each commit.

Rutgers football recruiting class of 2012: Review, Thank you, and Good Luck!


Carroo, Hamilton, and Longa all stake claims to MVP of this top 25 recruiting class.

At least Rutgers' rebuild has athletes

New Rutgers coach Chris Ash takes over a program that peaked a decade ago and has slowly regressed ever since. Ash inherits quite a few interesting pieces, but how long will it take him to rebuild...

Rutgers November Recruiting Round-Up


There's seemingly no hope on-field for Rutgers lately, but is the future just as bleak?

What's Rutgers' Big Ten standard?

The last decade of Rutgers football has raised the bar considerably, but 2015 could end up a lot like 2013 and 2014 for Kyle Flood and his Scarlet Knights: fine, but failing to meet a higher standard.

How will Rutgers fare in 2015 without Nova?


Gary Nova's four-year stint as Rutgers' starting quarterback is no more. Without him, can the Scarlet Knights improve upon a solid Big Ten debut in 2015?

B1G 2015: The Rutgers Potluck


Our continuing coverage of Rutgers sits down to a meal of the famous Fat Sandwiches. As we clog our arteries, the team discusses reasonable expectations for Rutgers in 2015, the ups and downs of...

Previewing the running back position


Paul James, Robert Martin and Josh Hicks headline a talented Rutgers backfield.

3 Reasons to watch the Spring Game


The Scarlet Knights' spring session comes to an end with the annual Scarlet-White game at #TheBirthplace.

A long offseason in store for UNC

Friday's bowls had great performances from players like Louisiana Tech's Houston Bates and Rutgers' freshman backs. Friday also saw awful ball from North Carolina, a young team with hard questions.