Arizona State picked up its third commitment of the 2016 class when offensive lineman Cohl Cabral gave his verbal commitment to the program Friday night while on an unofficial visit. Cabral is the second offensive line commit in this class, joining Phoenix's Marshall Nathe.
After much thought, I am honored to announce that I will be attending Arizona State University #Brotherhood #ForksUp pic.twitter.com/lF2IGHVDxI— cohl football cabral (@cohl_cohlcabral) May 9, 2015
Boom !!! Just got stronger in the trenches !!! #ForksUP #SunDevilBrotherhood— Chris Thomsen (@ThomsenChris) May 9, 2015
Cabral stands 6-foot-5 and weights 250 pounds. He is rated as a 4-star prospect according to the 24/7 Sports Composite. The 24/7 composite, which takes an average of various recruiting rankings, views Cabral as the No. 24 offensive tackle in the nation and the 30th best player in the state of California.
ESPN also ranks him as a 4-star prospect, however he is rated as a center in their rankings.
Rivals and Scout both rank Cabral as a 3-star prospect. Scout ranks him as the nation's No. 37 offensive tackle and the fifth best offensive tackle in the state of California.
The Rancho Cucamonga product held offers from some of college football's elite programs, including Michigan, Oregon, USC, Utah and Vanderbilt.