Level 40 - Brandon Peoples

Scout.com was on scene with strength and conditioning expert Greg Garrett and Level 40 Training on Monday evening to watch him help prepare some of Southeastern Pennsylvania's top athletes and got the chance to sit down and talk with Archbishop Wood running back Brandon Peoples.

Brandon Peoples, or "Smash" as he's called in Philadelphia is a 5-foot-8, 180-pound running back at Archbishop Wood High School that has somehow been labeled as a fullback or cornerback throughout his career, but it's time to end that and for people to start looking at him at tailback.

Peoples ran for over 1,000 yards and scored 15 touchdowns last season against some of the best competition in the State of Pennsylvania and is currently working with one of the best strength and conditioning coaches in the Northeast to get his speed and weight up. He has been talking to I-A programs like Connecticut, Pittsburgh and Temple and I-AA programs like Towson, Delaware State and Monmouth as well. In the interview below, we joke a bit with the "fullback" and also find out what is going on with his recruiting.

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