After three years, we may finally get to see a Canada in a South Hills uniform. When Jordan and Jamie Canada transferred to South Hills from Duarte in 2009, both were ruled ineligible by CIF, which shouldn’t be a surprise, virtually anyone who transfers to South Hills is ruled ineligible by CIF these days. Jordan Canada never played at South Hills and Jamie Canada was injured all of his junior year with a knee injury that required surgery, and there was some concern his health would force him to miss a great deal of 2011. But in a recent conversation with coach Steve Bogan, he confirmed that Jamie Canada is coming along fine and should be available in the season opener against Colony. With a healthy Canada at DB and WR, to go with QB Vincent Hernandez and arguably the area’s best back in Jamel Hart, who looked like a monster when he came in for pictures last week, how good are these guys? Where would you rank them amongst the best in the Sierra? You know, if everyone who started at South Hills stayed at South Hills, the Huskies’ might of actually been a factor in the Inland Division this year, and before you laugh, consider what they would be like if Charter Oak QB Travis Santiago, RB Aaren Vaughns, WR Chris Gilchrist and Bishop Amat linebacker Randall Varella had stayed at South Hills instead of transferring. C.J. Saylor and Ty France were also a force on the freshman team four years ago that many called special, but both opted to concentrate on baseball. Line those six up with what South Hills already has and you have a team that would have been one of South Hills’ best ever.