Frank Gore isn't going anywhere. Marcus Lattimore is eager to contribute. And Kendall Hunter and LaMichael James have produced when they've been given their opportunities.But during training camp and exhibition games, the two most interesting running backs to watch will be Lattimore and second-round pick Carlos Hyde of Ohio State.Hyde, a 6-foot, 230-pounder who improved all four years for the Buckeyes, met with Bay Area media Thursday for the first time since draft day and said he's looking forward to getting his opportunities with one of the best-running teams in the NFL. He also explained an earlier comment in which he described his running style as "violent.""I run with anger," said Hyde, who noted that off the field he's "a nice guy." "I don't shy away from contact. I'm a relentless runner, a guy who's always scratching and clawing for those extra yards."He ran for 1,521 yards and 15 TDs as a senior, 970 yards and 16 TDs as a junior, 566 yards as a sophomore and 141 on just 24 carries as a freshman. He also had 37 career catches for four TDs.Hyde also noted that he's had plenty of experience as a pass protector, an area where Gore excels. Gore earns playing time not only...