"I wanted ASU to beat USC but I didn't think they would be able to beat them by so many points."
Aside from the football program itself, Treggs mentioned that he like the feeling of camaraderie among the players.
"It's not like freshmen only hang out with freshmen and seniors only hang out with seniors," Treggs stated. "They all are together and I like that a lot. I know a lot of players on the team like Kevin Anderson, Rashad Wadood and Mike Bercovici. Karl Holmes was hosting me and I had a good time hanging out with him too."
Treggs is ranked 5th by Scout.com among all the 2012 wide receivers and has over two dozen scholarship offers.
"(he is) The West's top receiver because of his crisp route running, excellent hands and ability to get separation," said Brandon Huffman, Scout.com's National Recruiting Analyst. "Not the biggest, but doesn't need to be when he continues to break away from secondaries. One of the most disciplined players in this class."
According to the ASU coaches, wide receivers coach Steve Broussard in specific, versatility is another of Treggs' prime traits.
"Coach said that I can play all wide receiver positions," Treggs remarked. "I can go one on one down the field or catch bubble screens. I really like the way the ASU offense is set up and their style of play suits me."
Treggs and his St. John Bosco football team are 3-1 on the season. The wide receiver reported current stats of 24 catches for 400 yards and four touchdowns.
The wide receiver said that the Golden Bears have given their blessing for him to take official visits and consequently other schools should be getting a visit from Treggs this year, such as Notre Dame on October 22nd and obviously Cal at a later date. Arizona, Washington and Oregon are according to Treggs also in the running for an official visit.
"I think I'm still a solid commit," Treggs claimed. "Cal is 100 percent OK with me checking out other options. I'm happy with my decision to commit to Cal and I don't see myself decommiting from there. I just want to cover all my bases."