BEAVERTON, Ore. - Bryce Treggs toyed with the idea all week whether he would announce his commitment during Saturday's action at The Opening and the four-star receiver has finally decided to go through with it.
"We discussed Bryce's options as a family last night and we support Bryce with his decision to make a commitment sometime today during ESPNU's broadcast," said his father, Brian Treggs, in a text message.
The Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco prospect is expected to pick Cal over UCLA, Notre Dame, Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Washington, Utah, Stanford and many others.
The Golden Bears have been the leader for some time mainly because Treggs' father starred there, he has a good relationship with the coaching staff, there is a chance for early playing time and Treggs has hit it off with four-star quarterback Zach Kline, who has already committed to Cal.
Treggs stated earlier this week that Cal was definitely the favorite. At that time, he was still undecided whether he would commit but now wants to get it done.
"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."
If Treggs does announce for Cal, it's a huge pickup for the Golden Bears because the 5-foot-11, 170-pound prospect has been arguably the best receiver at The Opening, which is loaded with talented players from across the country.
Rivals.com rates Treggs No. 18 at wide receiver and No. 133 in the 2012 class but after his performance here he's making a statement to move up even further in the rankings.
Treggs might not be the only Cal commit announced at The Opening. Three-star receiver Kenneth Walker from Richmond (Calif.) John F. Kennedy said Friday he plans to pick the Golden Bears on Saturday as well.