L.A. Valley (Calif.) College offensive lineman Abel Deharo was one of the top unsigned prospects in the City Section a year ago.
A full qualifier, Deharo never got a chance to sign with a D-I program so he went to L.A. Valley, where the 6-3, 295-pounder is starting at left tackle for Valley.
Last month, Deharo got his first offer.
"Abel was offered by Nevada," said his prep coach, Kevin Carlsen. "He's playing left tackle, but they project him more as a guard in college."
Deharo would be a 4-for-3 and can sign in December.
"He is a good student, was a full qualifier so he can leave and be somewhere in January and be able to be there for spring ball and possibly start somewhere," said Carlsen.
Nevada also has a commitment from his former Canoga Park teammate Randy Uzoma.