2008: Started 10 games the past two seasons, including three in 2008 ... shared time at the nose tackle position with Derrick Hill ... had three tackles at Oregon State and two each vs. Oregon and USC ... finished with two tackles vs. Miami in the Emerald Bowl.
2007: A sound season for the junior defensive tackle, recording 36 tackles in 11 games with seven starts ... opened the season with five tackles, including one for a loss, against Tennessee ... was in on five tackles against Arizona ... assisted on six tackles against Oregon State ... posted five takedowns, including one for a loss, versus USC ... missed the Colorado State game and the Armed Forces Bowl due to injury.
2006: Returned from finger surgery to appear in 10 games, recording four tackles ... played much of the early part of the season with a large padded cast covering one hand ... registered two tackles against Arizona State and one each against Arizona and Portland State.
2005: Played in nine games, including his first career start against Washington State ... ended the year with five tackles but two of the tackles, his 1.5 tackles for loss, and a half-sack all came in the season finale vs. Stanford ... had solo tackles against New Mexico State and Arizona.
High School: Named the Honolulu Advertiser's Defensive Player of the Year after leading school to its first Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I championship since 1979 ... Rivals.com ranked him the 33rd best defensive tackle in the nation and the No. 4 overall player in the state of Hawaii ... buoyed Warriors' defense that allowed only 20 points in its last five games of 2004, including one stretch when his team shut out its opponents for 12 consecutive quarters ... a two-time All-Interscholastic League choice.
Personal: Full name is Jonathan Mikaele Kane ... the son of Jonalinn and Hansel Kane ... name pronounced MEE-kuh KAHN-ay ... majored in ethnic studies.
Last Updated: May 1, 2009