August 2, 2020

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Diamond in the Rough: Brenton Bachemin

Brenton Bachemin, 4-star offensive lineman, from Archbishop RummelHigh School is a Louisiana native who is looking to make it big in football. He stands tall at 6’4” and is a solid 275 pounds so he is hard to miss on the field. Brenton is a strong, aggressive player who is dedicated to his craft and puts his school work first. He has a 2.8 GPA and scored a 20 on his ACT and says he is very serious about pursuing a collegiate career for himself.


When did you start playing football and what made you love the game?

“I started playing football at 5 years old; at a young age my dad was a football coach so I always loved and wanted to play football.”


Who is your favorite NFL player?

“Tyron Smith because he is a very aggressive player.”


How would you describe your style of play?

“I’m a very physical run blocker with good feet.”


How do you deal with adversity on the field?

“I get through adversity by saying a prayer, staying positive and making sure to keep my team positive.”


Who has influenced you most in life?

“My grandmother influenced me most in life because she raised 2 kids as a single mother and beat cancer.”


How do you balance school and football?

“I balance school and football by taking 3 hours every night after school on school related work.”


Have you thought about a college major?

“I want to do engineering because my dad is an electrician and I want to do something that will be hands on like him.”


What are some goals you have set for the season?

“My goals are to make First Team All-District and be Catholic league and State champion.”


What have you been working on to get to the next level?

“I’ve been working on my pass blocking a lot to make it to the next level.”


What sets you apart from your competition?

“What makes me different from others is my selflessness on the field whatever needs to be done I will get it done no matter how uncomfortable it may be.”


What are some of your values?

“I’m discipline, have a legendary work ethic, and I have respect for the game.”