"He was a ladies man. He was funny. He had a lot of friends, just a good friend," said Corral's cousin, Brandi Corral.
Wednesday morning, a swarm of investigators could be seen near the crime scene, looking for clues that could lead to suspects. At this point, it's unknown if the shooting was gang related, but whatever the motive, Corral's uncle hopes his death teaches other teens a lesson. "I just hope the kids learn something from this, it's real. It's just not a game. It's really not a game," said Ceballos.
Corral's family has dealt with tragedy before. His half brother was killed in 2007 in a car accident, at the age of 19.