Calabasas high school (Cali.) four-star quarterback Tristan Gebbia visited Nebraska for the third time on Monday and it was another positive trip.
“It went very well,” said Gebbia. “Coach Riley really seems to care about his guys and the program. It’s not that other programs don't have coaches that care or anything, it just blew me away today.”
With a double-digit offer list, Gebbia has been on a visit tour of late. In the last two weeks, he has visited West Virginia, Washington Mississippi, and Utah.
"Nebraska is a heavy contender,” said Gebbia, who revealed his plans for future visits. “Ole Miss, South Carolina, maybe Washington and Nebraska again. It just depends.”
Gebbia has said he plans a summer decision, but admits it could come sooner.
"I'm still thinking summer, but, honestly, I won't drag it out if I know where I want to go," Gebbia stated yesterday in a Scout.com article. "Whenever I know, I'll call the coaches and tell them my decision and be done. I won't hurry my decision, but I'm not going to wait either. I'll just commit to the school when I know I have found the right fit for me."
On Monday, it was the first time the four-star’s parents hit Lincoln for a visit.
“They loved it,” said Gebbia. “They liked Coach Riley, the academic and life support. They really liked all of it.”
The California prep threw for 4,435 yards in 2015, hitting on 45 touchdowns to just nine interceptions, leading Calabasas to a 13-2 record and the CIF Division II-A semi-finals. Gebbia completed nearly 63 percent of his passes.
"I want to find the right place and it has to have that family feel," Gebbia has recently said. "I want to have a good bond with the coaches and the players and feel like I'm at home and part of a family.
"I also am big on education, so I want to make sure that the school is good and has a good reputation as well."