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Bryce Treggs (WR, Bellflower) Commits To Cal

The announcement will be on ESPNU sometime this evening, but the story has already broken. We'll have more on Treggs later, but for now, here are the basics. (HT chowder)

According to Bryan Fischer of CBS Sports, Treggs picked the California Golden Bears over schools like the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Stanford Cardinal, ASU Sun Devils and UCLA Bruins on ESPNU this evening. Treggs had been hinting at joining up with the Bears for some time. His father Brian played with the Bears two decades ago as a receiver, and Treggs is also good friends with Cal quarterback commit Zach Kline.

Welcome to Cal Bryce! Congratulate him on Twitter! GO BEARS!

After the jump, more info and video.


Bryce Treggs Junior Season Highlights (via BrycesFan1555)



  • Rivals: 18th best wide receiver, 133rd best recruit.
  • 247 Sports: 30th best wide receiver, 31st best recruit in California, grade of 92
  • ESPN: 82nd best receiver, scouting grade of 77.
  • Scout: 13th best wide receiver

Ryan Gorcey of Bear Territory with some good details on Treggs's commitment.

Treggs has formed a strong bond with young, personable Cal wide receivers coach Eric Kiesau, and cemented that bond during the Bears' recent three-day full-contact camp, which he attended with Kline. The biggest reason that Treggs finally decided to pull the trigger, in fact, came down to coaching.

"It was honestly when I took that visit up there for the full-contact camp," Treggs said. "The relationship that I built with coach Kiesau, he's a great coach, and I can definitely see myself playing for him. I like his coaching style, I just like everything about him. We have a great relationship."

He gave these quotes to Bryan Fischer of CBS Sports.

"I'm going to commit to Cal," Treggs told "Just my relationship with coach (Ron) Gould, he's a great guy and I can see myself being around them for four years.

"The Cal area, I can see myself living there for four years not only to just play football. The education was a big factor, it's the number one public school in the nation. It just felt like the right place so I figured I might as well commit."