The four-star wide receiver is planning on making his decision in July and while he has four favorites, Treggs is still considering all options.
"It's definitely wide open," Bryce Treggs said of his recruitment. "Until I sit down and talk to my parents, everything is open and I'm considering every option."
Treggs currently has four favorites for a reason. As his recruitment has progressed, his four favorites have stayed in constant contact. Northwestern and other schools that were once in the picture have fallen out recently.
"Those four (favorite) schools are the schools that I talk to on a daily basis," Treggs said. "The other schools haven't recruited me as hard."
The main factor which makes Treggs' four favorite schools stand out the most is their combination of academics and athletics. In addition, Treggs is watching to see which school is building a strong recruiting class.
Northwestern entered the picture in April when they offered Treggs on his visit. Treggs admitted the Wildcats—specifically their academics—still have him impressed, even despite the lack of recent contact.
"I think I'll always keep Northwestern in the conversation," he said. "Just their academics (stand out), they speak for themselves."
Treggs is now done with all of his recruiting visits and is getting set to make a decision. In the meantime, he is planning on researching each of his options as he works toward a verbal commitment. After that,
"I'm just going to sit down and talk to my parents and see what's best for me," he said.
Treggs is listed as Scout.com's 12th-rated receiver in the 2012 class. As a junior, he had 56 catches for 1,010 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also caught at least one touchdown in nine of St. John Bosco's 10 games, and registered more than 100 receiving yards six times.
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