Henry Mondeaux is arguably the best tight end in the Pacific Northwest but he's also a quality defensive end and that's where Cal likes him most.
The Golden Bears are the newest offer for the Portland (Ore.) Jesuit prospect and Mondeaux said he's happy playing on either side of the ball.
"I've been talking to the d-line coach for probably a week or two," Mondeaux said. "They asked me to call and they offered.
"I'm definitely open to d-end. I don't have a favorite position at this point. I'm fine with playing either way."
It's still early in Mondeaux's recruitment but Cal is a nice offer to have and the Portland Jesuit standout is highly interested.
"It's a great academic school and I heard the campus is really nice," Mondeaux said.
"I'm going up to visit in a couple weeks so I'm looking forward to getting to see that. I've just heard a lot of great things about the coaches. I don't know a lot but what I've heard is good."
Cal, Oregon State and Washington have offered the 6-foot-4, 245-pound recruit and Mondeaux said Oregon, Arizona State, Boise State and Tennessee are showing the most interest.
A later decision is planned so Mondeaux doesn't want to name favorites yet.
"It's too early right now," Mondeaux said. "I plan on making my decision pretty late so I'm just going to keep it open right now."
A visit to Cal is coming up soon. Mondeaux said he also wants to visit Oregon and during his trip to Berkeley, he could see some other Pac-12 schools in California.