Not many players, if any, in college football can do what he does on the football field.
I disagree. I think many of the players that we put on the field could do exactly what he does. However, because we've recruited and then developed our players, we're not in a position where we need to put people out there that much. For instance, I feel confident that recent players like Bradley Roby, Ryan Shazier, Curtis Samuel, Ezekiel Elliott, Vonn Bell, etc. could be two-way starters if needed.
That said, Peppers has the talent and potential, but I don't see anything that he's done yet to consider him great. He had 18 rushes for 72 yards, 8 receptions for 79 yards, roughly 50-55 tackles and no INTs. Those stats don't scream "flat out stud" just yet.