Three-star offensive lineman and Rancho Cucamonga native Cohl Cabral signed with Todd Graham's Sun Devils on Tuesday after committing to the team back on May 8.
The 6-foot-5, 250-pound lineman played both defense and as center for Los Osos High School in California. Cabral was offered eight scholarship offers from the Pac-12 alone (Arizona, California, Oregon, Oregon State, USC, Utah, Washington State, ASU) and four others from Boise State, Fresno State, Kansas and Michigan.
The versatile lineman was the third to commit to Graham's 2016 recruiting class. Scout.com ranks Cabral as a 3-star prospect, ranked 37th in his position. Rivals also ranks Cabral a 3-star prospect, while ESPN.com ranks Cabral a four-star prospect, ringing in at No. 23 in ESPN's Top 300 in the state, No. 28 in the West Region and No. 2 positionally. 247 Sports also ranks him a 4-star prospect and 32nd best player in the state of California.
Cabral will likely see playing time on the offensive line, despite his ability to play defense as well, most likely at center, with the departure of graduating senior and former center, Nick Kelly. His versatilely and ability to be both long-bodied and athletic could look to improve ASU's pass protection, which struggled in 2015.
Below are highlights of Cabral's junior year.