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Name: Cohl Cabral (+) Coming off 2020 Hamstring
College: Arizona State     Number: 73
Height: 6-5   Weight: 300
Position: C  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2020

40 Low: 5.10
   40 Time: 5.24
  40 High: 5.36
Projected Round: 7-HPFA  Stock:   High: 5-6th  Low: HPFA



Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6047
Weight: 300

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Dates: 03/16/20
Hand: 10  Arm: 32 1/4
Wingspan: 78 1/2

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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: 2ndC...POutland/PRimington...2nd team All-Pac 12 w/13 sts at C in '18. Moved from LT to C for '18. Started 13 gms at LT in '17. Backup in 11 gms in '16.

 Cohl Cabral, Arizona State, Player News

  03/19/20 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  As a youngster Cohl Cabral used to look forward to the NFL draft. He had a passion for football and couldn't wait to see who his favorite team, the Raiders, would select. A decade or so later Cabral is just excited about one of the annual rites of the spring for all football enthusiasts. But this year he is even more invested in what could happen a month from now. Cabral (6-foot-5, 305-pounds) wrapped up a stellar career at Arizona State where he started 39 games. He is one of four Sun Devils who attended the NFL combine Feb. 27-March 1 in Indianapolis and hopes to hear his name called on one of the three days in which selections will be made next month. "It's exciting, nerve-wracking. A lot of anticipation - All of those things," he said. "If you're a football fan those were the days you couldn't wait for. As a kid that always loved the sport I always hoped it might be me some day." Cabral, 22, expects to graduate in May with a degree in liberal studies. Like all students, he is finishing up his classes on-line. But he was doing so even before the COVID-19 virus caused a disruption in everyday activities of student-athletes. - Arizona Republic

(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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  02/23/20 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Cohl Cabral, C, Arizona State,...The senior was voted as a captain by his teammates for the second consecutive year...Started all 38 games of his career consecutively, starting every game from the beginning of his sophomore season...Anchor of an offensive line that paved the way for running back Eno Benjamin's second consecutive 1,000-yard season, the first time a Sun Devil running back had accomplished the feat since the 1970s...A key reason for the immediate success of freshman quarterback Jayden Daniels, helping call the protections and organize the rest of the offensive line...Showed his versatility and selflessness by briefly moving to left tackle, before finishing the year as one of the top centers in the conference. - Arizona State Football

(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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  12/11/19 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Cohl Cabral, Sr., Arizona State,...The senior was voted as a captain by his teammates for the second consecutive year...Started all 38 games of his career consecutively, starting every game from the beginning of his sophomore season...Anchor of an offensive line that paved the way for running back Eno Benjamin's second consecutive 1,000-yard season, the first time a Sun Devil running back had accomplished the feat since the 1970s...A key reason for the immediate success of freshman quarterback Jayden Daniels, helping call the protections and organize the rest of the offensive line...Showed his versatility and selflessness by briefly moving to left tackle, before finishing the year as one of the top centers in the conference...Credited with just one sack allowed this season, tied for 29th among FBS centers and second in the Pac-12. - Arizona State Football

(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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  09/30/19 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  SEPT 30/WEEK 5 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Cohl Cabral, Sr., C, Arizona State (Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.),...Center Cohl Cabral Was anchor of offensive line that helped ASU run for 191 yards as team in the Sun Devils' 24-17 upset of No. 15 and previously unbeaten Cal in Berkeley on Friday...RB Eno Benjamin rushed for 100 yards and three touchdowns while QB Jayden Daniels ran for a career-high 84 yards behind the blocking of Cabral and the Sun Devil offensive line...The blocking of Cabral and the line also helped ASU move 75 yards and convert a trio of third down on the fourth-quarter drive that produced the go-ahead touchdown...Cabral has been named to the 2019 Outland Trophy and Rimington Trophy preseason watch lists. Also nominated: Nick Harris, WASH; Gus Lavaka, OSU; Darrin Paulo, UTAH, Goster Sarell, STAN; Cody Creason, ARIZ. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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  08/01/19 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  The Sun Devils officially kicked off practice on Wednesday night and the session ran for two hours and 20 minutes, about 10 minutes longer than expected. Senior Cohl Cabral moved from center to left tackle, replacing senior Zach Robertson, the projected starter there, and Edwards confirmed that the move wasn't just for the night. Robertson will be out for at least the near future and Edwards conceded he could miss games while dealing with "personal matters." "When he's ready to come back we'll get him back but right now he could be out awhile," Edwards said.

Cabral is considered an NFL prospect at center and returned to ASU for his senior season rather than declare for the NFL draft, hoping to improve his stock at that position. The position is not unfamiliar to Cabral however. He did play left tackle before moving to center last season and offensive line coach Dave Christensen says Cabral has the athleticism and agility to play every position on the line. - Arizona Republic


(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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  07/25/19 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON OUTLAND TROPHY WATCH LIST: C Cohl Cabral, Arizona State,...Cabral, who was tabbed to the Rimington Trophy Watch List last week, earned a spot on the 2019 Outland Trophy Watch List following a 2018 season that saw him start all 13 games for the Sun Devils last season at center, and was widely respected as one of the best in all of college football. One of just 15 Power Five centers to not allow a sack last season, Cabral was instrumental in helping pave the way for a record-breaking season from Sun Devil running back Eno Benjamin, while also anchoring a line that allowed just 16 sacks all season - good for the third-fewest allowed by an ASU offensive line in program history. - Arizona State Football

(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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  07/19/19 - C Cohl CabralSr/2020, Arizona State, 6-5, 300 (DS#8 C) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON RIMINGTON TROPHY CANDIDATE: Cohl Cabral, Arizona State,...Cabral started all 13 games for the Sun Devils last season at center, and was widely respected as one of the best in all of college football. One of just 15 Power Five centers to not allow a sack last season, Cabral was instrumental in helping pave the way for a record-breaking season from Sun Devil running back Eno Benjamin, while also anchoring a line that allowed just 16 sacks all season - good for the third-fewest allowed by an ASU offensive line in program history. Cabral is one of 80 players to be nominated for the award, along with 10 others from the PAC-12, the most of any Power Five conference. - Arizona State Football

(DS#8 C) Sr/2020 C Cohl CabralArizona State
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