The movement from California to Nebraska continues.

A few weeks after Nebraska got a commitment from Keyshawn Johnson Jr., his quarterback followed in his footsteps. Four-star 2017 quarterback Tristan Gebbia announced his commitment to Nebraska on Monday night:

It’s a major add for a Nebraska program that’s already off to a nice start in the 2017 class. The 6-3, 180-pound signal-caller is the No. 8 pro-style quarterback and the No. 159 player overall in 2017.

Gebbia turned down the likes of Alabama, Miami and Ole Miss for the Huskers. He committed to Nebraska after taking unofficial visits to Lincoln and Oxford last week.

It marked the third commitment from Calabasas High School alone for Mike Riley. His fellow 2017 commit, Johnson, was fired up about the news:

It was also the second straight year in which Riley signed a four-star quarterback from California. Patrick O’Brien just enrolled in January and could be quarterback of the future in Danny Langsdorf’s system.

But Gebbia could certainly make a bid for the starting gig: