"Yes, I'm going to Cal. I'm going to stick with my commitment and be loyal to my other commits and the coaches and stick with Cal."
Though Treggs first gave his verbal to the Bears last July, he did take other official visits to Notre Dame, USC, UCLA, and Arizona State. However, after exploring his options, Treggs realized that Cal suited him best.
"It's the best fit for me and my family," Treggs said. "It's close enough to home where I can get back if I get homesick or anything like that, but also far enough where I can grow up, live on my own. I'm excited," he said.
Treggs, whose father Brian Treggs is a former Bear himself, served as a recruiter for the 2012 Cal class, talking up the Bears to other players. It's these fellow players that make him most excited for next season.
"Working with all the guys that have committed...over the past six months, we built a great bond together. All the guys, Michael Barton, Matt Cochran, Zach Kline, we all know each other very well and I'm just looking forward to working with them and turning the program around," said Treggs.
A few weeks ago, Cal recruiting hit a high point, as a handful of the West's top players verbally committed to the program. However, with the departure of coach Tosh Lupoi to Washington, Cal has seen a few of those same commits switch their loyalties elsewhere.
Though Treggs realizes that the class did lose some talent, he isn't worried by the changes. "Avery Walls, he's already there, he made a quote that said 'we're all we got, we're all we need.' We have all the guys we need for this class, so we're just going to stay together and we'll be good."
National Signing Day has been a long time coming for the highly touted recruit. Bosco head coach Jason Negro said that Treggs' recruitment process was "the biggest whirlwind (he'd) ever been a part of." Treggs held offers from around the country, including both hometown schools UCLA and USC, but is satisfied with his decision.
"I was a little stressed out last night with the late offer from USC, but I handled it pretty well. I talked about it with my dad and we decided I was going to stick with the Bears. I couldn't be happier."