The changes with the Cal 2012 recruiting class continue to be felt. Long time commit and legacy Bryce Treggs remains committed but did visit UCLA this weekend.
UCLA made a solid impression on Treggs who said he is now considering the Bruins along with Cal and USC. The Trojans recently made an offer and now stand in line for a visit this week.
"I really liked UCLA and the coaching staff," Treggs said. "I sat down with coach (Jim) Mora for a while and I can tell he's fired up and is going to change the program. That really impressed me."
The staff has made Treggs a priority and indicated early playing time would be an option for the nation's No. 112 ranked player.
"They said they are going to put in a spread type offense that I could easily catch 60 balls my first year," he said. "I know if I work hard I could see the field early there which is big."
On Thursday Treggs will visit USC for an official visit and see what the Trojans have to offer.
"They told me they want me and Darreus Rogers as their only two receivers in this class," he said. "I like USC and the fact that they are always competing for a national championship. I'm really wanting to get down there and meet the coaches and stuff."
Cal will get his final visit this upcoming weekend. Treggs said his commitment is firm, but he needs to meet the new receivers coach.
"I can't really comment on that too much yet. I need to meet my new position coach and check things out. I'll be there this weekend so we'll see what happens. I plan on making my firm decision a few days before signing day."
Treggs said USC, UCLA and Cal are the only three programs he is considering.