He caught balls that were thrown high, low and in-between. It was only one 7-on-7 tournament but Bryce Treggs made one thing clear: He's one of the top receivers in California for the 2012 class.
Treggs, a 5-foot-10, 157-pound prospect from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco, showed off his skills at last weekend's Air Strike Passing Tournament at Dana Hills and even though his team wasn't that successful, Treggs was clearly one of the top recruits in attendance.
Colleges are taking notice, too. Arizona State offered Treggs after he camped with the Sun Devils last summer and he's staying interested in them as his recruitment continues to pick up.
"They've been on me since this time last year," Treggs said. "Coach (Dennis) Erickson is a winner, he's trying to turn that program around and I believe if I go there that I could have an influence in that."
Stanford has also offered Treggs, one of the top receivers at the Los Angeles NIKE Camp this spring, and there is mutual interest with the Cardinal. He attended a junior day in Palo Alto and that's when coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff issued the verbal offer.
"If you get a degree from Stanford you could basically go to any job you wish to go to so if I get injured I'd have a good degree to fall back on," Treggs said. "I like coach Harbaugh. His love for the game is phenomenal."
Arizona State and Stanford have offered and many other Pac-10 programs are showing interest. That's a good thing for Treggs, who said he's almost certain he'd like to play in that conference.
He said Cal, UCLA, USC, Washington and Arizona have also gotten involved in recent weeks. If he continues to perform so well, it would be no surprise if many of the Pac-10 heavyweights come through with offers at some point.