BELLFLOWER, Calif. - Bryce Treggs was one of the best wide receivers at the 1925 All-Stars 7-on-7 tryout Sunday at his high school, St. John Bosco, as he continues to prove he's one of the best wide receivers in Southern California.
There are rumors that Treggs could close out his recruitment soon since he's going to Cal's upcoming junior day but the 5-foot-10 prospect said that it's probably not true and he still has some thinking to do.
In a recent 7-on-7 tournament, Treggs played on the same team as Cal quarterback commit Zach Kline from Danville (Calif.) San Ramon Valley and the two hit it off.
Kline raved about his experience working with Treggs and the St. John Bosco receiver was just as excited to work with such a talented quarterback.
"That was real great," Treggs said. "He had so much zip on the ball and as soon as I got out of my breaks the ball was basically perfect. That definitely helps knowing you have a solid quarterback going in so that's great."
Treggs said Cal, Notre Dame, Washington, UCLA and Stanford are getting the most serious looks but he's not counting out any offers. Arizona State, Georgia Tech and San Jose State have also offered.
The Irish could be moving up in a big way for Treggs, who finished with 1,010 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns in his junior season.
Cal is considered the favorite by many but if one team could pull the upset for his commitment, Notre Dame is making a push.
"I like Notre Dame," Treggs said. "I like the tradition, I like their coaches and I really like their offense."
Addressing the rumors that he's planning to commit to Cal soon, Treggs said that it's not true and he still has some things to consider in his recruitment. Even though it might not happen right away, the Golden Bears have to be happy with their position.