Quickly: Last name is pronounced boam... Will enter the fall listed number two at fullback after spending most of 2005 as the starter at tailback... Originally signed with USU in 2002. 2005 (Fr.): Started the season opener as well as eight games on the season, including the final five contests... Became just the third freshman to ever lead USU in rushing in a season with 340 yards on just 92 attempts... Rushed for four touchdowns on the year... Missed the Fresno State game with a rib injury... Had 56 yards and one touchdown on 11 carries in his collegiate debut against Utah... Best games were 94 yards at Alabama and 79 yards at New Mexico State... Ran for two touchdowns against Louisiana Tech... Was a receiving threat out of the backfield as well with 20 receptions for 162 yards... Those 20 catches were third on the team. High School: A two-time all-state selection as a running back as a junior (2000) and as a quarterback his senior season (2001)... Earned the Class 4-A Most Valuable Player honor as a junior after leading the Grizzlies to the state championship... As a senior he led Logan to the state semifinals before the team lost to eventual champion Mountain Crest... As a senior he threw for 2,094 yards (seventh in the state) and rushed for 1,678 yards (sixth in the state)... He also accounted for 44 touchdowns in his final season with 25 passing and 19 rushing... Defensively, he had 50 tackles and five interceptions ... As a junior he rushed for 768 yards and seven touchdowns... Defensively, he had 139 tackles, four interceptions, and six passes broken up his junior season... Also was a two-year letterwinner in basketball. Personal: Born Nov. 13, 1983 in Logan, Utah... Son of Lance and Brenda Bohm... ... His biological father (Sam Johnson) played football in the NFL... Has one brother and three sisters... Married to the former Jeanna Nelson... Plans to major in human resource management... Served an LDS Church mission to Brazil from 2002-04.