Two top offensive talents from California (one from the East Bay) could potentially be committing to the California Golden Bears sometime this weekend. Wide receiver Bryce Treggs from St. John Bosco's in Bellflower and athlete Kenny Walker from John F. Kennedy in Richmond have stated they are planning to announce their collegiate teams at this weekend's Opening event in Eugene, Oregon. Dave Hooker of ESPN Recruiting reports.
Treggs, from Bellflower (Calif.) Saint John Bosco, is a three-star receiver. The 5-foot-11, 170-pounder is considering Arizona State, Notre Dame, California, UCLA, and Stanford.
Walker is a 5-10, 169-pound three-star athlete prospect from Richmond (Calif.) John F. Kennedy who is considering Cal, Colorado, Boise State, Washington and Washington State. He is listed at The Opening as a receiver.
Treggs, son of Brian Treggs (Cal WR from the late 80s/early 90s) has long been considered one of the favorites to end up a Golden Bear. His friendly relationship with Cal quarterback commit Zach Kline has long been thought of as a huge positive, and Treggs has hinted in the past that he's been thinking California all the time. He could enter the wide receiving rotation in short time.
Walker is a local Bay Area prospect that the Bears have looked at for some time. He could play both at running back, wide receiver, also as a special teams returner. Cal has been looking for receivers, and Walker and Treggs could be the first players that could fit that need.