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Quarterback Tristan Gebbia (pronounced JEB-ee-uh), has joined the Oregon State football program as a transfer from Nebraska.
Gebbia, who did not play in 2017 and will join the team as a redshirt freshman. At Calabasas High School, in Southern California, as the second-leading passer in California prep history. He passed for 13,109 yards and 141 touchdowns.
His senior year, Gebbia passed for 5,338 yards, on the strength of a better than 70-percent completion percentage, and 61 touchdowns, leading Calabasas to a 14-1 record. In the Division 2-AA Regional Final, he passed for 557 yards and seven touchdowns in a 60-53 overtime loss.
Gebbia was rated as a consensus top-12 pro-style quarterback coming out of Calabasas. Rivals.com had him at No. 6, while he was rated 10th by 247Sports and 12th by ESPN. He was the No. 115 overall prospect nationally by Rivals.com.
The Calabasas, Calif., native was a three-time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll selection and earned Brook Berringer and Tom Osborne Citizenship Team honors.
Listed as a five-star recruit by both Scout.com and Rivals.com
Scout's No. 13 recruit nationally and the top-rated cornerback in the nation. No. 5 on the Scout.com West 150 List.
No. 4 on the Scout California 100 List. First-team Scout.com 2017 Class All-American. Rivals.com No. 4 cornerback prospect in the nation and the No. 27-rated player overall in the nation. No. 4 on the Rivals.com California 100 List.
No. 41 on the ESPN 300 List and a four-star recruit.
No. 13 on the si.com National List ... PrepStar Dream Team selection and No. 10 overall prospect on the national list.
CalHiSports.com first-team All-State selection.
As a senior, he made 30 tackles ... On offense, he caught 69 passes for 1,214 yards and 14 touchdowns.
Named All-CIF Div. V ... Totaled 39 receiving touchdowns for his prep career ... Also returned kicks ... Invited to the U.S. Army All-America Bowl Game.
Unanimously regarded as a Top-100 overall prospect by all major recruiting outlets (#89 247 Sports Composite, #89 Rivals, #62 ESPN) and considered one of the Top-16 receiving prospects in the nation by all major outlets (#16 247 Sports Composite, #15 Rivals, #8 ESPN).
A four-star prospect by all services, checking in as the No. 11 player in the state of California by 247 Sports Composite and Rivals and the No. 6 player in the state by ESPN.
Invited to the Under Armour All-American Bowl and Polynesian Bowl All-Star Game.
One of several class of 2020 signees that will enroll early, giving him a chance to participate in Spring practice with the team.
Helped Calabasas to the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals and recorded 15 catches for 264 yards and two touchdowns in two playoff appearances as a senior.
Recorded over 2,400 receiving yards and 35 receiving touchdowns through his junior year and at least 40 or more receptions in each of his first three seasons.
Consensus four-star and top 150 prospect by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports. Top 100 player in the country by 247Sports.
Consensus top three wide receiver in the state of California. Ranked the No. 85 player in the class, No. 13 wide receiver and No. 16 player in California by 247Sports.
Rated the No. 113 prospect and No. 17 wide receiver by Rivals. Landed at No. 144 in the ESPN300 as a top 20 wide receiver and top 20 player in California. Finished with a 247Sports composite rating of No. 94 overall.
Named to the PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team. Advanced to The Opening Finals. Earned All-CIF Southern Section Division 2 first team honors. Finished with 177 catches for 3,129 yards and 32 TDs over three-year high school career. Had 11 100-yard receiving games, including four over 200 yards. Played junior and senior seasons at Calabasas High School.
Coached by Chris Claiborne. Posted 67 catches for 828 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior in 2018. Had six games with six or more catches, highlighted 10 receptions for 129 yards and two TDs against Sierra Canyon. Named first-team All-Marmonte League, LA Daily News first-team all-area, while earning a spot on the Los Angeles Times All-Star Team as a wide receiver. First of two 1,000-yard receiving season in high school came as a junior in 2017. Earned All-CIF Southern Section Division 2 first team honors. Totaled 1,027 yards on 60 catches with 11 TDs . Had four games with multiple receiving TDs, including three in wins over Valencia High School and Moorpark High School. Played sophomore season in 2016 at Oaks Christian High School. Hauled in 55 catches for 1,329 yards and 10 TDs. Averaged 24.2 yards per catch. Produced five 100-yard receiving games, including three over 200 yards. Finished with 13 catches for 380 yards and two TDs against Murrieta Valley High School.
Selected to participate in the 2020 Under Armour All-America Game...247Sports.com composite four-star prospect...ranked as the #8 wide receiver nationally, the #81 overall prospect nationally and the #6 prospect from the state of California...PrepStar Magazine five-star prospect, Top 150 Dream Team, #6 WR, #41 prospect nationally...rivals.com four-star prospect, ranked #126 overall, the #15 WR and #15 in the state of California...ESPN.com #99 overall prospect…helped lead the Coyotes to a 7-3 record, the #18 rank in the state of California and a 3-0 record in league play...named as the No. 9 wide receiver nationally in the preseason by MaxPreps...a rare two-time invite to The Opening Finals, playing for Team Pressure in 2019 and Team Elite in 2018 alongside Georgia’s Nakobe Dean, Clay Webb and Rian Davis...moved to Calabasas HS from IMG Academy after his sophomore year...helped lead the Coyotes to a 10-3 record as a junior...named to the USA Today 2018 All-USA California First Team offense...snagged 40 catches for 863 yards and 14 touchdowns, averaging 71.9 yards per game and a team-high 21.6 yards per catch...his coach, Chris Claiborne, was a consensus All-American and Butkus Award winner at Southern California in 1998...hauled in 14 passes for 332 yards and three touchdowns for a team-high 23.7 yards per catch for IMG in 2017...transferred to IMG Academy following his freshman season, playing his sophomore year with Georgia linebacker Nolan Smith...hails originally from Atlanta, playing at Hapeville Charter as a freshman with Georgia defensive backs William Poole and Christopher Smith...helped lead the Hornets to the Class 2A Final Four, a 10-4 record and an undefeated 6-0 record for the Region 6-2A title...hauled in 15 passes for 361 yards and two touchdowns, averaging a team-high 24.1 yards per catch.