One of Fuller’s favorite receivers, Darious Hooker, also transferred to Arroyo Valley a few weeks ago, Fuller said. Both will be seniors in the fall. Fuller, who played basketball for the Cardinals this winter, did not suit up for SBHS’s playoff loss to Great Oak on Wednesday night. He had not practiced since last Thursday. “He told me he transferred to Arroyo Valley,” SBHS basketball coach Darin Graham said. “He didn’t say why.” Former SBHS football coach Marcus Soward said last season that Fuller was good enough that he could someday be “playing (professionally) on Sundays.” SAN BERNARDINO – San Bernardino High School’s record-setting quarterback Robert Fuller has transferred to Arroyo Valley. “I started there Tuesday,” Fuller said late Wednesday night. “I moved to the Arroyo district. It’s new for me now, but I’ll get used to it.” Fuller is arguably the highest-profile football transfer in the greater San Bernardino area since R. Jay Soward, the former USC star and No. 1 draft choice of the Jacksonville Jaguars, left Eisenhower after his sophomore year to attend Fontana. Fuller gained notoriety in the final game of last season, completing 30 of 43 passes for 604 yards and eight touchdowns in a 62-41 win over Pacific. He also ran nine times for a total of 72 yards and one touchdown for the Cardinals (2-8). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!