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NorCal RB attends Husky Junior Day

San Jose (Calif.) Bellarmine Prep running back Aaron Chapman missed his entire junior season but recently attended Washington's Junior Day and is hopeful of having a breakout senior season.

Bellarmine is always loaded at the running back position and had two players rush for over 1,400 yards last season. Aaron Chapman was expected to be in the mix as well but tore his ACL after the first game of the season. "I'm getting better, I'm about 90% right now," Chapman said. "I'm working out with the track team right now, not running in any meets but just getting back in shape. By the time...

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