Nebraska might be going all in on 2017 quarterback Tristan Gebbia from Calabasas high school in Californina, but it doesn't mean the staff has forgotten about 2018 as well.
On Tuesday, head coach Mike Riley's crew extended a new offer to a Washington sophomore.
Bothell high school signal-caller Jacob Sirmon has thrown for 1,400+ yards and 12 touchdowns in the first seven weeks of the season. He's hitting on nearly 62 percent of his throws.
In early October, the early four-star prospect was featured by Scout as a recruit of the week on the west coast.
"Bothell (Wash.) 2018 four-star quarterback Jacob Sirmon is the Northwest's top quarterback prospect in 2018, taking over the reins from former Elite 11 quarterback Ross Bowers, now at Cal. The defending state champions are starting to get things going in 2015 and much of that is because Sirmon is starting to make the transition that much smoother."
Nebraska has gotten in early on the prospect, but more offers will likely follow. Currently Washington and Washington State have both extended scholarship offers as well.