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Ramon 'Razor' Ochoa      California Hawkeye Sports Profile 

Pronunciation: O-cho-uh
Position(s): WR
Year signed with Iowa: 1999

Ramon 'Razor' Ochoa attended Bell High School and lived in Maywood, California. He was named conference Athlete of the Year as a senior and earned all-conference honors as a junior (wide receiver) and senior (quarterback). He was named to Los Angeles all-city team as junior and senior. He rushed 165 times for 1,010 yards and 14 TDs as a senior and completed 35 of 80 passes for 700 yards and three TDs. In his high school career, he had 75 catches for 1,750 yards and 15 TDs. He had 36 tackles and six interceptions as a defensive back, and was used on punt and kickoff returns, averaging 25.6 yards on 14 kickoff returns, including a 90-yarder for a score and averaged 22.3 yards on 15 punt returns, with five scores. He was the team MVP and captain as junior and senior. He was also a standout baseball player, earning all-city honors, and competed in basketball.

He got his first start at receiver against a ranked Arizona State in a 21-2 victory, and caught two touchdown passes (including a 40-yard grab). But he is most known for his performance in Iowa's 30-27 win over #9 Michigan in 2003, when he racked up 133 return yards and scored Iowa’s final touchdown on a 31-yard reception in the corner of the end zone.

He led Iowa in punt and kick return yardage in 2003, and his 40 punt returns and 495 punt return yards are still Iowa single-season records (as of 2015). Despite playing the entire 2003 season with a stress fracture in his leg, he led the Hawkeyes with 34 catches, 477 yards and six touchdowns.

Born 12/20/1980 and is 43 years old.



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Ramon 'Razor' Ochoa Nathan Chandler  on 9/4/2015 - Link to source
Ramon was the most up-beat, most driven, and most fun-loving guy from our team. He wanted to do anything he could to help the Hawks win. He used his quickness to run accurate, precise routes to create space, and his ability to change directions at full speed won us the field position battle in many games that year.


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