The Calibraska movement continues.

Nebraska’s recruiting success in California continued in a big way on Sunday night with the announcement that four-star receiver Chase Williams gave his verbal pledge to the Huskers:

Williams is the No. 36 receiver and the No. 185 player overall in the 2018 class. The Corona, Calif. native picked Nebraska over the likes of Arizona State, Notre Dame, UCLA, USC, Washington and others.

The 6-1, 190-pound wideout was in Lincoln for the spring game last weekend, along with several other top California recruits.

With Williams’ commitment, Nebraska now has commitments from four four-star California receivers alone. That’s the third four-star California wideout to commit to the Huskers in the last nine days (Brendan Radley-Hiles and Manuel Allen both committed before the spring game).

The Huskers now have the No. 4 class in the B1G and the No. 10 class nationally.