At 6'6", Waco Connally High School offensive lineman, Troy Baker, towers over most of his competition. Not only is he one of the best athletes on the field anytime he is on it, he is also one of the best students on the field, academically speaking, everytime he is on it. Recently, the one-time Texas Tech commitment decided that staying closer to home to play for the Baylor Bears is what he wanted to do. Join .
Ranked the 43rd best offensive tackle in the country by Scout.com, Baker becomes Baylor's 5th commitment to its class of 2010. Join the discussion on the premium forums at www.BearsIllustrated.com for all the latest.
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