Treggs hopes for more recognition

Bryce Treggs camped at Arizona State last summer and after one day of showing the coaches his skills the Sun Devils verbally offered the 2012 wide receiver from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco.
That was a big deal to Treggs, who said he will return to Arizona State's camp this summer to work out for the coaching staff again. It will be one of many stops as Treggs hopes to get more offers.
"At the end of the first day, they said I was a nice, polished receiver so they offered me," Treggs said. "It was real exciting but I didn't slack off or anything. It made me work harder to get some more offers.
"I like coach (Dennis) Erickson's philosophy because he doesn't care what class you're in. He plays a lot of freshmen early and that's what I'm looking for in a program."
More Pac-10 and Big 12 schools are getting involved with Treggs, who said he's mainly been hearing from California, Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA, Arizona, Colorado and Nebraska. Treggs visited Cal about two weeks ago and liked it a lot - especially talking to position coach Kevin Daft.
"The tradition is real strong up there," Treggs said. "Coach (Jeff) Tedford and my position coach, coach Daft, are really cool. I like the way he coaches."
Since camp season last summer went so well, Treggs said he'll be back on the circuit this summer in the hopes of picking up more offers. The St. John Bosco standout will work out at the Los Angeles Nike Camp at USC in a couple weeks and then plans to camp at Oregon, Cal, Arizona State and UCLA.
If things pan out, Treggs, a 5-foot-10, 157-pound recruit who recently attended the Five-Stat Academy at UCLA, hopes to enter his junior season with more than one verbal offer.
"At Arizona State, I want to reintroduce myself to the staff to make sure they're still on my radar for schools," Treggs said. "At the other places I want the coaches to see me and I want to get acquainted with those guys. That will be important this summer."