Bryce Treggs will visit Arizona State and Notre Dame in April, two big visits as the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco prospect looks at all his options.
The 5-foot-10 wide receiver said Arizona State will always be considered throughout his recruitment because the Sun Devils were the first to offer. He also likes wide receivers coach Steve Broussard and will head out to Tempe the first weekend of April for the junior day.
"ASU was the first school to offer me so they're always going to be in mind," Treggs said this past weekend at the Badger Sports Elite 7-on-7 in Las Vegas. "They obviously recognized me first. I like their receivers coach so that's good, too."
The Notre Dame trip is huge for Treggs, who finished with 1,010 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns in his junior season. The Irish continue to climb up his list - Cal is also high - and so getting to South Bend and meeting with all the coaches will be important.
"I basically talk to (tight ends) coach (Mike) Denbrock almost every day so we have a great relationship," Treggs said.
"They're definitely high. It would be pretty hard to turn down an offer like that based on their tradition. I love their tradition and I like their offense, too. I like how they use their top players."
Treggs, a member of the Rivals 250 to watch, recently took an unofficial visit to Cal and the Golden Bears are considered one of his favorites. His father, Brian, played there and they've always been one of Treggs' top schools.
In total, Treggs has been offered by Arizona State, Cal, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, San Jose State, Stanford, UCLA and Washington.