Above: If former West Covina quarterback Jacob Shirley plays plays football and Jordan Canada becomes eligible, how dangerous will this make the Huskies?
At South Hills High School, the question still remains whether Jacob Shirley, who started at quarterback for West Covina as a sophomore before transferring to South Hills, will come out and challenge for the quarterback spot his senior year.
Freshman Vince Hernandez and sophomore Brock Booth are battling it out for the starting spot in spring, but Bogan is hoping to add a third to the depth chart.
“We talked to (Shirley) and let him know we would love him to play football,” Bogan said. “But that’s a decision he will have to make.” Duarte transfer running back Jordan Canada is practicing with the Huskies and making quite an impression. “Let’s just say he looks pretty good,” Bogan said. “I looked up good in the dictionary and there he was.” Canada still has to get clearance from the CIF-SS before he is eligible.