Chris Fatilua II is a 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker for Madison High School, where he played for head coach Rick Jackson. Fatilua, who was an all-league selection in each season he competed, earned three varsity letters playing football.
He capped an outstanding prep career by earning several accolades in 2017. Fatilua was named to the All-San Diego Section First-Team Defense, was an All-Western League First-Team Defense pick and was honored as Madison’s team MVP. He was also selected to play in the prestigious Poly Bowl in Hawaii.
Off the field, Fatilua carried a 4.10 GPA and made the Honor Roll all four years at Madison. He has been awarded the Presidential Award the past two years. Fatilua, who is the senior class vice president at Madison, has spent several hours volunteering as a youth football coach and with cleanup efforts in the community.
Fatilua will attend the University of California, Berkeley, where he will continue his academic and football career. He is undecided on a major. In his free time, Fatilua enjoys working out and playing Fortnite. Chris is the son of Chris and Clarisse Fatilua.