Its down to two for Hawaiian DL

Three-star defensive tackle Jonathan Kane (6-3, 290, 5.05) from Honolulu (Hawai'i) Kamehameha has narrowed his college choices down to two. The decision could come at any time between now and signing day.
"I have basically narrowed it down to Cal and Oregon State," Kane said. "I am leaning toward Cal."
Kane added that the academic program at Cal was "hard to beat."
"Even if something happened to and I got hurt," Kane said. "I could still do something with a Cal degree. A Cal degree is respected everywhere."
He also had a good visit to Corvallis.
"I just returned from my visit to Oregon State," Kane said. "I had a very good visit there. I liked the environment, coaches and players."
Kane moves well for a big guy and he has great strength.
In an earlier interview with Kamehameha coach Kanani Souza said the following about his talented defensive tackle.
"Jonathan is a big strong kid," Souza said. "He's pretty quick off the ball, but his greatest asset is his strength. Jonathan is very hard to handle for a high school offensive lineman," Souza said. "He plays the run exceedingly well, but he can also move the pile up field."