Mililani DE Shane Kady headed to the Pac-12

Mililani defensive lineman Shane Kady (45) and linebacker Mark Pasternak (55) attempted to block a Kahuku punt in a 2018 game. Photo by Jamm Aquino/Star-Advertiser.

Mililani senior Shane Kady, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound defensive end, announced his college commitment to play at Oregon State on social media today.

Kady, a second-team Star-Advertiser All-State selection as a junior, held offers from Arizona, Army, BYU, Fresno State, Hawaii, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah State and the Beavers.

Kady visited Oregon State last week and then tripped to Fresno State, UCLA and Arizona before committing to OSU.

He’s the second Trojan to make a college commitment this month. Linebacker Muelu Iosefa announced his commitment to California on June 11.


The Beavers are the fourth Pac-12 school to secure at least one commitment from a player from Hawaii in the class of 2020.

With Saint Louis linebacker Lawai’a Brown committing to Central Michigan earlier this week, 15 seniors from Hawaii have already made commitments to Division I schools.

For a complete list, click here.


And here’s a video of Kady after a 2017 game against Kapolei in which he scored a defensive touchdown.

COMMENTS

  1. haka June 21, 2019 7:35 pm

    It would be much much more than a simple pleasure to beat the pelts off the varmint beaver skanks next season.


  2. amela June 22, 2019 10:18 am

    Always wanted to be a beaver huh?


  3. Kawika June 22, 2019 1:53 pm

    Too bad about Kady. On the other hand, I don’t blame him or other local student athletes who see the facilities at even a bottom feeder like OSU. OSU built a new football complex a few years ago and plan on expanding their weight room soon. UH on the other hand……………. Until the State and political leaders understand the link behind having a competitive program and investing in facilities and resources, UH will never progress and capable coaches will eventually move on. In the meantime, State and University officials will be satisfied when UH Football becomes only a memory in some showcase on campus with the attitude of “Oh well….. no can help.”


  4. Dave June 24, 2019 11:44 am

    Bottom feeder who beat USC 3 times in last decade. Down now but on their way back up.


  5. notes June 27, 2019 1:15 pm

    lol three wins in ten years with a record against USC with an overall record of 11-63-4. yeah, they’re a real sparkling program on the rise


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