Currently the leader of the University of Miami Hurricanes, and has just become Miami's all-time leader in career passing yards in just three seasons, Brad Kaaya has taken very little time to make a name for himself. Yet three short years ago, he was a SoCal high school superstar at Chaminade College Preparatory (CA). In the fall of 2013 Kaaya helped lead the Chaminade Eagles to their first ever CIF football state Championship, beating Enterprise High School (Redding, CA) 41-9.  Throughout the Eagles triumphant season, the Eagles of Chaminade posted a 14-2 record, among those 14, included key victories over Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, CA) High School, Oaks Christian (CA), and perhaps the biggest victory of them all, the CIF Southern Section Championship game thriller against Serra (Gardena). The pro-bound Quarterback has not yet declared whether or not he will enter the NFL draft or return to Miami for his Senior Season, but it is safe to say that the future is looking bright for young Brad Kaaya.