The 5-foot-11, 175-pound Treggs remains in constant contact with the Irish, and is also planning an official visit to campus.
"(Assistant) coach (Mike) Denbrock and I email each other at least one time a week," Treggs said. "He basically says that Notre Dame is taking three receivers this year, and he wants me to be one of the three, and they already have two committed. He's real truthful with where they are."
Although the Irish are involved with a number of other receivers, and the slots could ffill up, Treggs isn't going to make a quick decision.
"Me and my dad made a plan to take a couple official visits before we make a decision," Treggs said. "He and I are going to stick with that no matter what."
As of now, the Irish will get one of those official visits.
Treggs, who is Scout.com's 13th-ranked receiver in the 2012 class, is already eyeing an Oct. 22 trip to South Bend, Ind., to watch the Irish host rival USC in a game that is set to feature plenty of official visitors.
"I'm definitely interested in taking an official to Notre Dame," Tregg said. "I want to take it for the USC game, the first night game in about 11 years. I talked to coach Denbrock about that. He said we can make that happen."
Currently, Breggs is in the middle of the camp circuit. He was at UCLA on Sunday, and will be at Stanford on Wednesday.
And while Treggs said Cal, Stanford, Notre Dame and UCLA are the four schools he is focusing on, the Bears are his leaders.
"It's the tradition up there, they have a great style, the coaching staff, (former Cal receiver) DeSean Jackson is one of my favorite players of all-time," Treggs said. "I like the campus, and they will have four scholarship receivers when I will be a freshman."