Bryce Treggs said it was a crazy Saturday night at Arizona State but the four-star wide receiver from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco said he's planning to stick with his commitment to Cal unless something drastic changes.
"I've been to ASU a few times and I just want to go back to see if there's anything I missed," Treggs said Friday night before leaving for Tempe. "I'm pretty much solid unless something changes like the coaching staff."
Treggs, who committed to Cal in July, has a lot of reasons why the Golden Bears stick out so much.
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His father, Brian, was a star receiver there, he has a great relationship with Cal quarterback commit Zach Kline and it was always a program that stuck out to Treggs, rated as the No. 14 wide receiver and No. 100 prospect in the 2012 class by Rivals.com. He's No. 21 in the California state rankings.
St. John Bosco lost its first game of the season this past weekend to Los Angeles Loyola - which is led by Stanford commit Kodi Whitfield and Boise State pledge Chaz Anderson - but Treggs definitely left his mark on the game.
Bosco's lone offensive touchdown came on a 44-yard bomb to Treggs, who out-jumped Anderson near the goal line, came down with the ball and ran untouched into the end zone. Still, it was a loss, and Treggs wasn't happy with the outcome.
"We started off too slow," Treggs said. "We have to start coming out with better tempo and making bigger plays but aside from that we played pretty good and came back a little bit but we didn't get the job done.
"I've been telling them to take a shot down field because you never know what's going to happen and we finally did that and I made the play. We should be taking more shots."