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Bruiser holds BYU number one

The BYU Cougar staff is courting a Washington two-way prospect who plays running back, fullback and linebacker. Known for powering through defenders, this ball-carrier of Samoan descent will be on campus this month to check out BYU's fall camp.

The Cougars are taking a serious look at 6-foot-1-inch, 225-pound Bothell High School prospect Darrin Laufasa, who is known for his punishing style of play. "I think one of my best playing attributes - on both sides of the ball - is being physical and having a lot of power," he said. "I use my strength to my advantage because a lot of guys at the high school level aren't as powerful. I also...

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