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WSU football recruiting: Four-star QB Tristan Gebbia visits Wazzu

One of the nation's top quarterback prospects was in Pullman this weekend.

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Tristan Gebbia, a pro-style quarterback from Calabasas, Calif., took an unofficial visit to Washington State this weekend, according to analyst Greg Biggins.

"I went to Pullman first," said Gebbia, who also visited Washington yesterday. "Coach Leach runs a quarterback's dream for an offense, throwing the ball 60 times a game."

While he didn't dig into the details of his trip to the Palouse, it was an important visit for the four-star prospect as he begins to wrap up his unofficials. Over the last two weeks, Gebbia has seen West Virginia, Ole Miss, Utah, Washington and Washington State, with a trip to Nebraska set for Monday. He'll visit South Carolina and make a return trip to Ole Miss, where his father played in the 1980s, later this month.

The 6-foot-3, 180-pounder stopped short of naming a leader, though he singled out Washington and Ole Miss when asked which schools he was hearing from the most. A little over a month ago, the Calabasas product named a top-five of Nebraska, Ole Miss, Washington, Washington State and West Virginia, though Utah and South Carolina have since offered. He has no timetable for a decision.

Gebbia is ranked the No. 1 quarterback in California by and the No. 4 pro-style quarterback in the country by The 24/7 Sports Composite is rates Gebbia four-stars and the No. 7 pro-style quarterback in the 2017 class.

Gebbia is the first of several 2017 quarterback targets expected to visit Washington State in the coming weeks. Chase Garbers, a three-star prospect out of Newport Beach, Calif., says he'll visit this spring, and several others already visited last season, including Tyler Lytle and Connor Neville. Lytle is expected to make a return trip this spring.