The Peco Brothers of Calabasas show resilience like the father of the NFL

The Peco Brothers, Domata Jr. and Joseph were able to communicate and learn from their father, Domata senior, quarterback in the NFL for 15 years. They were on the field in NFL stadiums before games, watching and listening and trying to figure out what it takes to be successful.

They now use these lessons at Calabasas High School, where Domata Jr. is a student. is a senior quarterback at 6’4″ and weighs 210 pounds, while Joseph is a freshman at 6’4 and 245 pounds.

Domata Peko Sr. of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates after a game against the San Francisco 49ers in 2019.

Linebacker Domata Peko Sr., then with the Baltimore Ravens, is encouraged after a 2019 game.

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Domata Sr., who was born in Whittier and later lived in Samoa, was assistant coach at Calabasas in 2019 until he signed late with the Baltimore Ravens.

Joseph, known in Calabasas as “Baby Peco,” is similarly built as his father, weighing between 6–3,325 pounds.

Being able to see professionals up close helps both boys understand how much hard work and attention it takes to reach the highest level.