BEAVERTON, Ore. - It is becoming more clear here at The Opening that four-star wide receiver Bryce Treggs' favorite is Cal and the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco is talking like a commitment could be near.
"Cal feels like home over there," Treggs said. "My dad played there so it's a good family tradition. I have a good quarterback in Zach Kline going there and it's a great education, one of the top public schools in the nation.
"There is also early playing time because my freshman year they only have about four receivers on scholarship so the competition will be wide open."
Treggs, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect, has been one of the best receivers through two days at The Opening, which is loaded with top players at every position. Rivals.com rates him No. 18 at his position and No. 133 in the 2012 class.
Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Georgia Tech, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, Utah and Washington have also offered but for a long time Treggs has liked the Golden Bears and things could be winding down soon.
The four-star receiver has also developed a great relationship with Kline, a four-star quarterback who committed to Cal in September. Since then he's helped recruit for the Golden Bears and Treggs has been one of his top targets.
The two have worked out together at 7-on-7 competitions and have a good chemistry. That is also an important reason why Treggs likes Cal so much.
"That's very important because when we get there we're both going to be competing for the starting job at our position," Treggs said. "That will give us an extra edge."