2018 Football Roster Choose a Player: Adams, Glenn Anderson, Drew Bass, Garrett Bell, Jacob Bellah, Jacob Bentley, Shuler Birchett, Joe Bognar, Brendan Boling, Chase Bonnstetter, Tristan Boyd, Colin Brooks, LaMartez Burns, J.R. Carter, Cam Castille, Rodney Catis, Kendrick Chisolm, Xavier Connor, Justin Dallas, DeQuan Danner, Dallas Daulton, Austin Dawson, Steve Feggins, Jensen Ferdinand, Amari Floyd, Marcis Frye, Jacob Garrett, Cameron Georgia, Christopher Gray, Tyre Hayes, Armani Hester, Blake Hiers, Michael Hogancamp, Austin Honeycutt, Malik Humpich, Scotty Jackson, Bobby Johnson, Dior Johnson, Jason Johnson, Rashad Jones, Oistin Koclanakis, Anthony Legendre, Brandon Martin, Kylan McCaskill, Ty McCoy, Wallace McCray, Jarad McCray, Jared McGhee, Edmond Moody, Chandler Moss, Jonathan Nalley, Will Nash, Durrell Nesler, Levi Newble, Corey Nichols, Nolan Owens, Silas Parker, Don Penick, D.J. Perkins, Rajai Peters, Matz Petty, Kameron Ponder, Mitchell Presley, K.J. Rheinecker, E.J. Rice, Preston Roberts, Cortez Samuta, Eric Sanford, Marquez Sappington, James Seadrow, Brantley Stahl, Chris Thomas, Cory Tillman, Korey Turner, Quinaz Turner, Sylvaughn Tyler, Jordan Vance, Jacob Vicente, Gabriel Victor, Darnel Walker, Shane Walton, Nigel Warren, T.J. White, Chris Williams, Quincy Williamson, Cole Wilson, Davonta Wolcott, Hawkins Woods, Qmond Wooten, Kenney 96 Matz Peters Position Defensive Lineman Height 6-2 Weight 260 Class Junior Hometown Cologne, Germany Highschool Albertus Magnus Gymnasium Prev School New Mexico Military Bio Related Stats Biography Before MSU Played two seasons at the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico. High School Prepped at Albertus Magnus Gymnasium in Viersen, Germany. Played Club Football for the Cologne Crocodiles under head coach Claus Biedermann. In 2015 with the Crocodile, he earned the title of Most Valuable Player after leading his team to 12-0 record and a German National Championship. Also named MVP in 2016 with Cologne, as he helped the Crocodiles go 11-1 on the season. Personal Born Matz Peters on January 27,1997 in Viersen, Germany Son of Peter Peters and Regina Scharz-Peters Has two sisters, Hannah and Lea. Friend of former Indianapolis Colts Defensive End Bjorn Werner Majoring in Psychology Related Content There is no related content available. Related Headlines Related Press Clips Related Videos Related Photos Statistics Season Statistics Career Statistics There are no statistics available for this player.