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RB is as tough to fnd, as he is tackle

Running back Brian Baucham (5-11, 170, 4.4) from Torrance (Calif.) West has been harder to track down than the fugitive, but with a hound dog's persistence, we finally caught up with the hard to catch running back.
Baucham was Area Player of the Year as a junior after rushing for 1,990 yards and scoring 25 touchdowns. He followed up his that effort by rushing for 1,700n yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior. He also had 12 receptions for 150 yards and three receiving touchdowns in 2007.
On the recruiting trail, Baucham is being recruited by Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Fresno State and San Diego State.
"Arizona came by school last week to see me," Baucham said. "Oregon is supposed to come by next week. I talk to Oregon all the time.
"Washington sends me stuff every week telling me they are interested," Baucham said. "I also talked to San Diego State at my school.
"I haven't made an official date yet," Baucham said. "But I'm supposed to visit Oregon and Arizona.
Is there a running style that people told Baucham, that he reminded them of?
"People have told me I run like (former Trojan now New Orleans Saint) Reggie Bush," Baucham said. "I'm more of a cutback, reverse the field kind of runner.
Baucham is also known as very tough runner, who will run the ball up the gut and get you the tough yard.
The talented running back also runs track and currently his bench is 245-pounds and he squats 360.
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