Bryce Treggs has been waiting for an offer from Cal not only because his father, Brian, played there and it would mean a lot to follow in his footsteps but the 2012 wide receiver gets along well with the coaching staff and loves the campus.
After the Golden Bears offered, they moved right to the top of Treggs' list.
"They moved to my No. 1 choice but I don't think I'm ready to commit yet," Treggs said.
"I want to look at my options. Obviously because my dad played there my name would be known when I got there as a freshman and I might be able to get some early playing time."
Arizona State, UCLA, Stanford and San Jose State have also offered Treggs, who had 56 catches for 1,010 yards and 12 touchdowns this season and would have had more if Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco had a more capable quarterback.
Treggs, a 5-foot-10 prospect, said he has a great relationship with Cal receivers coach Kevin Daft. The two have worked together at summer camp and Treggs said he just likes how Daft conducts himself on and off the field.
"I have a really good relationship with him," Treggs said.
"When I went to the camp this summer I stayed late and we worked a little bit on some extra drills. He's a cool coach and I like his coaching style. He's not a real rah-rah guy. He'll teach you how to fix it if you do something wrong."
Brian Treggs played at Cal and for a short time in the NFL and Bryce Treggs has made it no secret that it would be a big deal to follow his dad and play with the Golden Bears. Now that they've offered it's becoming a reality but the junior standout said he's not yet ready to make a commitment.
"It's a special thing," Treggs said. "I like the tradition at Cal and I like the opportunities I can have up there."