Kahlil McKenzie announced Monday night that he's planning to transfer from De La Salle and enroll at Clayton Valley Charter for his senior year.

McKenzie couldn't be reached for comment but posted to his Twitter account: "Transferring from De La Salle going to Clayton Valley Charter family decision not answering any questions about it but I'm a Ugly Eagle."

De La Salle football coach Justin Alumbaugh confirmed that McKenzie, a 6-foot-4, 330 pound defensive tackle, is leaving the school.

"Kahlil has withdrawn from De La Salle," Alumbaugh said. "And I do mean this -- Kahlil is a really good kid and will have a great future. We wish him the best."

The five-star recruit is the son of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie and has offers from colleges from across the country. He recently said he has narrowed down his college decision to Tennessee or Arizona and will announce his pick at The Opening, a prestigious Nike football camp, on July 10.

McKenzie played only one season for De La Salle, registering 74 tackles and a team-high 12 sacks after moving to the Bay Area from Wisconsin before his junior year.

Clayton Valley Charter coach Tim Murphy couldn't be reached for comment.

The Eagles have been one of the top Division II schools in the North Coast Section since Murphy took over before the 2012 season.