"I hope we improve on throwing people out and not letting other offenses score," Cobb said after his first game.
"It's really good being on the team and making good friends, playing with my teammates," he said.
Cobb, who FOX Sports NEXT has named as one of the West's top 2014 defensive prospects, has already received offers from Boise State and Washington State, and has interest in a few more out of state programs.
This past season was Cobb's first at Salesian, as he transferred from Cathedral after playing his freshman year on Varsity.
"I used to be defensive end, and I only recently really felt comfortable with linebacker because I've been working on those position skills," he said.
Cobb will spend the rest of the off-season working out with his teammates and at 4th Quarter Sports and after a strong showing this weekend, could be