Saturday was the third visit Cabrera has visited has made to UNC. The 6-foot-3, 175-pound wide receiver from Jacksonville (N.C.) Northside has previously attended a junior day in February and also a basketball game in December.
"This was more like a fun type thing," Cabrera said of Saturday's visit. "We just hung out and just enjoyed each other. That was the only real difference – we just tried to have fun this time."
The UNC coaching staff planned out several events to make sure that "fun" was the achieved by all who attended.
"The blue carpet was real fun – I liked that a lot," Cabrera said. "And the [cornhole] tournament – I lost early, but I liked it a lot. We were both hitting some shots, but at the end they hit some clutch shots."
Generally speaking, Cabrera enjoyed the atmosphere of the entire day.
"I really liked how family oriented it was," Cabrera said. "It was just a nice environment to be in."
No individual meetings with the coaches were planned into the junior day, but Cabrera received plenty of face time with the UNC coaching staff, particularly Tar Heel assistant coaches Gunter Brewer and Dan Disch.
Despite the positive remarks, Cabrera is still not ready to name favorite schools.
"I'm considering all the schools that have offered me," Cabrera said. "I haven't really narrowed it down."
Three schools have offered Cabrera: Duke, UNC, and Virginia Tech.
Cabrera says he's taking a break from college visits for the time being to attend a few local combines.