Name: Bryce Treggs
School: Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco
Position: Wide Receiver
Size: 6-0, 180-pounds
Recruitment: Offers from Stanford and Arizona State, interest in
California, UCLA, USC, Washington, Oregon
Scout.com Ranking: Four-Star, member of Class of 2012 Scout 100
Scout.com Evaluation: Treggs may be the best pure route-runner in the
class of 2012 in what will be a loaded class of receivers in the West. He
was the best underclass receiver we saw in Las Vegas at the Badger/New Level
7on7 and was our choice for MVP at the AIGA/Scout 7on7 Tournament in May.
But Treggs isn't just a camp all-star, he's a very gifted player on Friday
nights too, and has shown why he's a member of the Scout 100 for the 2012 class,
and considered one of the best playmakers in his class.
He's had a couple of big games this year, not just catching the ball, but
returning kicks too, so he's got an added dimension to his game. Treggs is
quick off the ball, runs very crisp routes, has nice, soft hands, and doesn't
mind going up in traffic to catch the ball.
His father wasn't a big guy, but he's one of the all-time leading receivers in
Cal history because of his ability to get open and catch everything thrown his
way, and Treggs has inherited a very similar game to his father, Brian.