California wide receiver Jamire Calvin plans to attend the Huskers' spring game next month.
The three-star pass catcher tweeted a graphic Tuesday created by the Nebraska recruiting staff included with the announcement that he'll be visiting Lincoln April 16. It would be his first visit to the NU campus.
Calvin has recently emerged as one of the Huskers' top wide receiver targets for the 2017 class, especially considering his home state of California. He's close friends with NU commit Keyshawn Johnson Jr. and has frequently tweeted about the Huskers since Johnson Jr. committed last week, even saying "guess who might be next."
NU offered Calvin in February and Keith Williams is his lead recruiter. The Huskers are also recruiting his teammate at Cathedral High School in Los Angeles — Hunter Echols, a defensive end committed to UCLA.
Calvin measured 5-foot-9.5 and 144 pounds at The Opening regional in L.A. last month. He clocked a 4.66-second 40-yard dash and a 37.8-inch vertical jump. Those numbers contributed to a SPARQ rating of 105.78, the 23rd highest score at the camp.
Huskers the favorite for Gebbia?
In what most are now considering a two-team race, the Huskers seem to be in prime position to land Tristan Gebbia, their top quarterback target.
Gebbia spent most of Tuesday and Wednesday at Nebraska with teammate and Husker commit Keyshawn Johnson Jr. They attended football practice and a Nebraska baseball game Tuesday before spending more time around the facility Wednesday.
He'll follow this trip with a visit to Ole Miss, the team believed to be his other finalist and the school where his father played.
But based on the current 247sports crystal ball, NU has the edge. Of the nine predictions cast thus far, the Huskers received six total — including the last four — with the most recent vote being cast March 25.
Scout national recruiting analyst Greg Biggins, who covers California, said in a video he believes the Huskers are in great shape.
"I think Gebbia likes Nebraska on his own," Biggins said. "It's a prime school. They were one of his first offers, and he really has high interest and loves the coaching staff."
No decision date has been set, but Gebbia could potentially commit within the next week.
Most recent offers
The Huskers extended offers to at least two recruits from the 2017 class in the last week:
Wide receiver Hunter Rison (Ann Arbor, Mich.): The son of former Michigan State star and All-Pro receiver Andre Rison. Hunter Rison picked up his offer from Nebraska Tuesday morning. It was his 20th. The 5-foot-11, 190-pounder is a four-star prospect, according to the 247sports composite, and the No. 41 WR nationally. He does hold an offer from his dad's alma mater, as well as perennial recruiting powers Alabama, Ohio State and Oregon.
Defensive end Isaiah Thomas (Tulsa, Okla.): Thomas had mostly flown under the radar as a recruit until February. That's when his first offer came, from Tennessee, and he's landed nearly a dozen since, including Nebraska, which offered March 22. Nearby Oklahoma and Oklahoma State have extended offers as well, and the Sooners are believed to be the frontrunner.