WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. - Coach Bill Redell hit the practice field and started rounding up his quarterbacks.
"Hey, get me Montana," he shouted, followed moments later with, "Hey, get me Gretzky."
That would be Nick Montana, son of Hall-of-Fame quarterback Joe Montana.
That would be Trevor Gretzky, son of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.
And this would be Oaks Christian, a private high school that now figures to attract as many stargazers as college football scouts.
While the offspring of two of the planet's most famous athletes took snaps Wednesday during a routine summer football workout, the son of an on-screen superhero had just finished catching passes. The budding receiver is Trey Smith, whose father is actor Will Smith, now starring in the box-office hit "Hancock."