"I want to major in business finance at whatever school I choose to go to," said Treggs. "I am really interested in Cal, Stanford, and Notre Dame right now. Notre Dame is really the only school on the east coast that I really, really like."
However heavily recruited he may be, the twelfth ranked receiver has not yet set a time frame for a commitment. He continues to visit schools and talk with coaches, but Treggs' vision remains heavily focused on a great academic program as well as a great football program.
At 5'11 and 170 pounds, Treggs may seem ideally suited to play a slot receiver on the college level, but he has a skill set that allows him to excel outside as well. Treggs has great hands and can snag the ball from up in the air or dive for it low to the ground. He can take most players in one on one battles and runs clean, polished routes. Treggs goes hard every single play whether the ball is meant for him or not.
Defensively, he has quick bursts and can read a quarterback fairly easily. His tremendous speed is something every college coach likes. He is a reliable source on the field and it's evident that his teammates trust the ball in his hands.
Treggs has been a regular on the camp circuit this Spring, and before kicking off his last high school season in the fall, Treggs will attend two more 7v7 tournaments over the summer hosted at
SMU and the Big Man on Campus tournament at the Home Depot Center next week.
Director of Scouting Scott Kennedy contributed to this report.