Bryce Treggs is a leading wide receiver for the Cal Bears.
Coming out of the prep ranks Treggs delivered all the accolades and statistics you’d want from a young receiver. He also brought track speed (10.8 in the 100 meters) to the football field.
A star at John Bosco High School, Treggs was a first-team All-American according to Prepstar and SuperPrep as a 2011 senior, as well as a first-team Division I All-State pick of MaxPreps. He was the Trinity League Co-Offensive Player of the Year and a member of the All-Los Angeles Times Southland and All-Pac-5 Division teams. He finished his senior year with 70 catches for 1,377 yards and 11 scores and was ranked as the state’s third-best receiver.
Coming off a stellar high school career, Treggs showed plenty of promise as a Golden Bear freshman in 2012 when he started eight games and caught 21 passes for 216 yards and a score, despite missing the final three games of the season with an injury.
It was a sign of things to come, though few imagined the growth and development that was in store for Treggs coming out of 2013 spring practice. He had earned a starting job, but he was about to become a focal point for the offense. With the arrival on the scene of freshman quarterback Jared Goff, things changed dramatically for Treggs in 2013. He led the Golden Bears with 77 catches for 751 yards and a score, earning All-Pac-12 honorable mention accolades when it was all said and done.
Don’t let the 9.8 yards per catch fool you; he’s capable of getting behind the defense when the occasion calls for it.
A versatile football player, Treggs also led the Golden Bears in punt returns (19-39) and did some duty on the kickoff return team (7-137).
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