Corona Centennial football had an undefeated regular season in 2015 and finished 14-1 and No. 7 in the final Super 25 rankings.
Among the reasons from the Huskies’ success was quarterback Anthony Catalano, who will play next season at Southern Utah.
If this spring is any indication, Centennial might have a star in the making under center in 6-6 junior to be Tanner McKee.
McKee starred as Centennial advanced to the title game in the Adidas 7on7 Southern California event this weekend in Redondo Beach, Calif.
Centennial lost in the final to a team of Bishop Gorman all-stars led by top-ranked quarterback Tate Martell.
“He was phenomenal,” Huskies coach Matt Logan told the Los Angeles Times of McKee.
McKee has plenty of targets, including Tyjon Lindsey, Troy Spencer, Justin Fisher, Xavier Marshall, Manny Allen and running back Miles Reed, according to the Times.
Here is the video evidence from Under the Radar.