"Hawaii offered today," Knight told JCFootball.com.
As a freshman last season for the Pirates, Knight handled right tackle duties.
"I started out at right tackle, but then we had some injuries, so I slid down and played right guard," Knight told JCFootball.com back in April. "I really enjoy run-blocking a lot. I feel good as a pass-blocker, but I definitely want to improve in that area and get some quicker feet."
Knight enjoyed a solid prep career Judge Memorial High School in Salt Lake City, Ut., but after he finished up his senior season, he didn't have any offers.
"I was a qualifier out of high school, but I really didn't have any options to sign with anyone, so I decided to go the JUCO route," Knight said. "California was the place I felt like I needed to go because of the competition you face on a daily and weekly basis and I really liked the line coach here (Ryan Clanton). I actually watched him a lot when he was at Oregon and he was a former JUCO guy and I felt like he would be able to help me get to the next level."
Knight will have three years to play two following the completion of the 2017 football season.