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Bryce Treggs
Player Profile:
Bryce Treggs 1250287
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Inglewood, CA
High School: St. John Bosco HS
Experience: 3 Letters

Twitter: @brycetreggs | @calfootball
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Career Stats
Game Logs: 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012

Treggs signed with the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent after finishing his Cal career with 195 catches, 2,506 yards receiving and 15 touchdown receptions to rank tied for third, fourth and tied for ninth on Cal's all-time respective lists while his eight 100-yard receiving games are also tied for fourth. He played in 46 games with 33 starts over his four seasons with the program from 2012-15 and was a two-time honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection of the league's coaches as a 2013 sophomore and 2015 senior. His 77 receptions as a sophomore are the fourth-most in single-season school history while his 956 yards receiving during his senior campaign rank eighth on Cal's all-time single-season list. Treggs caught at least one pass in 45 of his 46 career games including each of his final 39 contests.

After Cal
● Signed an undrafted free agent contract with the San Francisco 49ers following the 2016 NFL Draft
● Played in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and had one catch for 15 yards as well as one kick return for 26 yards to help Team National to an 18-17 victory over Team American
Expected to participate at the 2016 Cal Pro Day on March 18
● Participated at Cal's Pro Day and the San Francisco 49ers Pro Day in 2016

Cal Career (2012-15)
● A two-time honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection as a 2013 sophomore and 2015 senior who played in 46 games with 33 starts over his four seasons with the program and finished his career with 195 catches, 2,506 yards receiving and 15 touchdown receptions to rank tied for third, fourth and tied for ninth on Cal's all-time respective lists while his eight 100-yard receiving games are also tied for fourth
● Passed the career totals for receptions and yards receiving while equaling the career touchdown mark posted by his father Cal Athletic Hall of Famer Brian Treggs during his senior season with Brian still ranking among Cal's all-time leaders in receptions (No. 6, 167), yards receiving (No. T6, 2335) and touchdown passes (No. T9, 15) at the end of 2015
● Finished his career with 2,699 all-purpose yards, adding 162 yards on eight kick returns, 40 yards on 20 punt returns while losing nine yards rushing on three carries
● Led or co-led Cal in receptions 13 times and yards receiving on 10 occasions including yards receiving five times in the team's last six games and receptions twice in those contests
● Caught at least one pass in 45 of the 46 games he played and each of his last 39 contests to rank as the sixth-longest streak in the nation among active players at the conclusion of the 2015 campaign
● Posted career bests of 77 receptions as a sophomore that ranks as the fourth-highest single-season total in school history and 956 yards receiving during his 2015 senior season that is eighth on the school's single-season register, while his seven touchdown grabs also as a senior were a career best and tied for 10th on the school's single-season list
● Recorded a career-high 13 receptions for 145 yards vs. Northwestern in the season-opener of his sophomore season as he combined with fellow wide receiver Chris Harper for 24 receptions and 293 receiving yards in a game to mark the third highest total for receiving yards in school history by two Cal players and the 11th time that a Golden Bear duo had each gone over the 100-yard receiving mark in the same contest
● Twice registered a career-long 80-yard touchdown catch as a senior at Oregon and a 2014 junior at Arizona
● Career highs of four kick returns for 71 yards against Washington State, the longest kick return of his career on a 28-yarder at Oregon, and a career-high 22 punt return yards and the longest 
● Wore No. 1 all four seasons at Cal

Senior (2015)
● Played in all 13 games with six starts and capped his collegiate career with honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors from the league's coaches for the second time and was a third-team choice of Phil Steele after compiling a team and career-high 956 yards receiving on 45 receptions for 21.2 yards per catch that led the Pac-12, ranked seventh nationally and was also a career-high as well as a team-high among regulars
● The 956 yards receiving ranked eighth on Cal's all-time single-season list and also was second in 2015 for all-purpose yards
● Ranked seventh in the Pac-12 and 48th nationally with the 956 yards receiving and a career-high 73.5 receiving yards per game while his seven touchdown catches tied for 10th in the Pac-12
● Helped Cal to an 8-5 record and a victory in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl for the Golden Bears' first winning record and bowl appearance since 2011 as well as first bowl win since 2008
● Equaled the longest catch of his career with an 80-yard touchdown grab at Oregon, co-led the team along with Trevor Davis with four receptions of 50 or more yards and led the squad with 18 receptions of 20 or more yards
● Ended his final campaign at Cal on a tear with 25 receptions for 660 yards receiving and five touchdown catches with a whopping 26.4 yards per reception over his final six contests including four of his eight career 100-yard receiving games in his last five
● Recorded his 100-yard receiving games vs. Arizona State (5-147, TD), vs. Air Force in the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl (4-143, TD), at Oregon (2-112, TD) and at Stanford (7-102, TD), with the 147 yards receiving against Arizona State a career high and seven catches at Stanford when he captured the Berkeley Breakfast Club Award as the Oustanding Player in the Big Game a season-high and sharing team season-high honors
● His career-high-tying 80-yard touchdown catch at Oregon was the team's longest of the year
● Had other productive receiving games over the final six contests vs. USC (4-85, TD) and Oregon State (3-71), scoring on a touchdown pass from Jared Goff the play after his father was introduced into the 
● Had at least one catch in all 13 contests, adding receiving numbers at Washington (5-83-TD), vs. Grambling State (4-81), vs. Washington State (4-65-TD), vs. San Diego (3-36), at UCLA (2-19), at Texas (1-7) and at Utah (1-5)
● Added the lone two-point conversion of his career on a reception from Jared Goff vs. Washington State
● Part of a group that made Cal the first college football team in recorded history in the same season to have six receivers with 40 or more catches – Kenny Lawler (52-658, 13 TD), Darius Powe (47-560, 8 TD), Treggs (45-956, 7 TD), Stephen Anderson (41-474, 2 TD), Trevor Davis (40-672, 2 TD) and Maurice Harris (40-558, 6 TD) – in addition to three 500-yard rushers – Khalfani Muhammad (87-586, 1 TD), Vic Enwere (106-505, 8 TD) and Tre Watson (89-504, 3 TD)
● Had the lone tackle of his career at Utah
● Had two receptions for 10 yards receiving including a three-yard touchdown catch from Jared Goff in the spring game

Junior (2014)
● Played in 12 games with 10 starts (most by any Cal receiver) and totaled 52 receptions for 583 yards and six touchdowns, ranking tied for second on the team in catches and touchdown receptions, as well as fourth in receiving yards and receiving yards per game (48.6) and seventh in yards per reception (11.2)
● Tied for fourth on the team with six total touchdowns and tied for fifth with 36 points
● Recorded five of his six touchdown receptions in the season’s first five games capped by his career-high two-touchdown reception contest at Washington State after one each at Northwestern, at Arizona and vs. Colorado, with the sixth and final scoring grab coming at USC in the 10th contest of the season
● Sixth on the club with 609 all-purpose yards, adding 25 on one kick return and one on one punt return while also rushing one time for no gain
● Among conference and national per-game leaders in receiving touchdowns (No. T12 Pac-12, No. T78 NCAA), receptions per game (4.3, No. T17 Pac-12, No. T104 NCAA), receiving yards per game (No. 23 Pac-12, No. T157 NCAA) and yards receiving (No. 25 Pac-12, No. T161 NCAA)
● Led Cal in receptions three times and receiving yards on two occasions including a wild 60-59 win at Washington State when he paced Cal in both categories with season highs of 10 receptions for 120 yards and the lone two-touchdown reception contest of his career
● Also led Cal in both receptions (5) and receiving yards (110) at Arizona when he had the first of two career-long-tying 80-yard touchdown catches that was the second-longest catch of the season by a Cal player and the longest for a receiver
● Had a team-high seven catches for 48 yards vs. Washington
● Had at least two receptions in each of his contests with other receiving totals coming vs. BYU (6-51), vs. Oregon (4-41), vs. UCLA (4-41), vs. Stanford (3-51), at Northwestern (3-20, TD), at Oregon State (3-20), at USC (3-19, TD), vs. Colorado (2-30, TD) and vs. Sacramento State (2-23)
● Picked up both his 25-yard kick return and one-yard punt return against Oregon, while his rushing attempt for no gain came vs. Sacramento State
● Fourth-team preseason All-Pac-12 selection according to Phil Steele
● Had two receptions for a game-high 47 yards receiving in the spring game including a 37-yarder on the game’s longest offensive play to the two-yard line that set up a one-yard touchdown run by Jeffrey Coprich

2013 (Sophomore)
● Played in 11 games with nine starts before missing the team’s final contest of the year at Stanford due to injury
● Honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection
● On the Biletnikoff Award Watch List honoring college football’s most outstanding receiver
● Led Cal with 77 receptions that are the fourth most in a single season in school history, while ranking second with 751 yards receiving and adding a single scoring catch
● Among conference and national per-game leaders in receptions (6.4, No. 3 Pac-12, No. 27 NCAA) and receiving yards (62.6, No. 11 Pac-12, No. 88 NCAA), as well as punt returns (2.1, No. 7 Pac-12, No. 61 NCAA) and total receiving yards (No. 14 Pac-12, No. 103 NCAA)
● Added seven kick returns for 137 yards, 19 punt returns for 39 yards and one rush for -4 yards to total 923 all-purpose yards and rank second on the team
● Opened the season with a team and career-high 13 receptions for a season-high 145 yards receiving vs. Northwestern with the 13 catches tied for the fourth most in a single game in school history as he combined with fellow wide receiver Chris Harper for 24 receptions and 293 receiving yards in a game to mark the third-highest two-player total for yards receiving in school history and mark the 11th time that two players had both gone over the 100-yard receiving mark in the same game in school history
● Also led the team in both receptions (8) and receiving yards (121) in the second game of the season against Portland State when he had a season-long 50-yard catch and in receptions in the third contest of the campaign when he had seven catches for 51 yards and one touchdown against Ohio State
● Led the club in receptions on a total of six occasions by also accomplishing the feat in four straight late-season contests at Washington (8-95), vs. Arizona (7-51), vs. USC (8-39) and at Colorado (7-32)
● Paced the team in yards receiving a total of three times by adding a team-high 42 yards on five catches at UCLA
● Posted other receiving totals vs. Washington State (6-70), vs. Oregon State (5-36), at Oregon (2-31) and at Stanford (1-38)
● Recorded career highs of four kick returns and 71 kick return yards vs. Washington State, while he had three kick returns for 66 yards at Oregon
● Registered career-highs of four punt returns for 22 punt return yards including a career-long 13-yard return vs. Portland State that was also tied for the team’s longest of the season, while his other punt returns came at Colorado (3-12), at UCLA (2-5), vs. Arizona (4-1), vs. Northwestern (2-0), at Stanford (2-0) and vs. Oregon State (2-(-1))
● Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic
● Listed as a “Cal Player to Watch” by Lindy’s and a “Rising Star” according to Athlon prior to the season
● Had two catches for 14 yards in the spring game
2012 (Freshman)
● Had a strong true freshman campaign, playing in nine games with eight starts (including each of the team’s first six contests) and catching 21 passes for 216 yards receiving and one touchdown despite missing the final three games due to injury
● Ranked third on the team in receptions, tied for third in touchdown catches and fourth in yards receiving
● Also had one rush for minus-five yards to total 211 all-purpose yards
● Had at least one catch in eight of the nine games he played in with the lone exception a catchless contest at Washington State
● Had a big Cal debut in the season-opener against Nevada, catching three passes for a season-high 62 yards, including a season-long 37-yard touchdown (sixth-longest catch by a Cal player in 2012) in the second quarter on his first collegiate touch that was also Cal’s first score of the season as he and fellow true freshman wide receiver Chris Harper became the first two true freshmen to both score in their first game at Cal since Marshawn Lynch and Justin Forsett at Air Force on Sept. 4, 2004
● Had a season-high-tying four catches both in a win over Pac-12 South Division champion UCLA (29 yards) and vs. Stanford (16 yards), with the four catches against the Cardinal equaling a team-high and his rush for minus-five yards also coming against Stanford
● Had three catches in both the second and third contests of the season vs. Southern Utah (38 yards) and at Ohio State (28 yards)
● Registered two catches for 22 yards vs. Arizona State, while he had single catches at USC (17 yards) and at Utah (four yards)
● Listed as the nation’s No. 11 freshman wide receiver prior to the season by Phil Steele, while ● Lindy’s had him at No. 12 and Athlon at No. 13
● Athlon also had him as Cal’s No. 2, the Pac-12’s No. 22 and the nation’s No. 92 overall recruit prior to the season, while Lindy’s listed him as the nation’s No. 81 incoming freshman

St. John Bosco HS (Class of 2012)
● A first-team All-American according to Prepstar and SuperPrep as a 2011 senior as well as a first-team Division I All-State pick of MaxPreps, a first-team ESPN High School California All-State choice, the Southern Section and All-Pac-5 Player of the Year, Trinity League Co-Offensive Player of the Year that was his third straight All-Trinity League honor, and a member of the All-Los Angeles Times Southland and All-Pac-5 Division teams
● Registered 70 receptions for 1,377 yards received and 11 TDs as California’s third-ranked receiver and the top-ranked receiver in the Trinity League as a senior, while also throwing a 57-yard touchdown on his only passing attempt and adding two rushes for 41 yards on offense
● Contributed on defense and special teams as a senior as well with 41 tackles, one interception that he returned 90 yards for a touchdown, four punt returns for 99 yards including a 79-yarder for a score, and one kick return for 24 yards
● Played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl after his senior season and was named the No. 3 overall performer on the East roster in practices prior to the game
● Also played in the Cal State All-Star Game and the the Catholic/Christian Literacy All-Star Football Classic, and was the No. 10 overall player in the former contest 
● Senior squad was 8-4 overall and advanced to the second round of the Southern Section Pac 5 playoffs
● Had a strong 2010 junior season to earn first-team Division I All-State and All-Trinity League honors when he caught 56 passes for 1,010 yards and 12 TDs, while adding 37 tackles, four interceptions that he returned 117 yards, 10 kick returns for 186 yards and four punt returns for 10 yards
● Solid as a 2009 sophomore with 33 receptions for 534 yards receiving and three TDs as well as four kick returns for 76 yards to earn the first of three consecutive All-Trinity League honors
● Also a prep standout on the track who was timed as fast as 10.8 and 22.2 in the 100 and 200 meters, respectively

Recruiting Notes (Class of 2012)
● A five-star recruit according to Scout, while ESPN, Prepstar, Rivals and 247Sports each bestowed four stars on him and MaxPreps three and a half
● Ranked as high as the nation’s No. 5 receiver by Scout, while he also had top-10 listings from SuperPrep (No. 8) and MaxPreps (No. 9) as well as top-25 spots according to Rivals (No. 12), 247Sports (No. 14) and ESPN (No. 25)
● Had a spot on SuperPrep’s Elite 50 players in the country, while he was also listed among the nation’s top overall players according to Prepstar (No. 79), Rivals (No. 81), MaxPreps (No. 89) and 247Sports (No. 112)
● SuperPrep had him as the No. 6 player overall from California/Hawaii/Nevada
● Among the top overall players in California by Rivals (No. 12), 247Sports (No. 17) and ESPN (No. 18)
● The No. 12 wide receiver in Southern California according to Prepstar
● Camp MVP at both Arizona State and Cal football camps during the summer of 2009

● Full name is Bryce Alan Treggs
● Born April 30, 1994
● Parents are Brian Treggs and Keisha Blanks
● Father was inducted into the Cal Athletic Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2015 and was introduced during the team’s 2015 contest against USC after a career at Cal from 1988-91 in which he set a then-school career record with 167 career catches that still ranks sixth, while his career yards receiving (2,335) and touchdown receptions (15) are tied for sixth and ninth in school history through the 2015 season
● Father spent one season in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks in 1992 following his collegiate career
● Father coached Bryce throughout his career including serving as his wide receivers coach as a prep
● Graduated from Cal in May of 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in legal studies

Treggs' Career Game Highs
1 (three times, last vs. Sacramento State, 2014)
Rushing Yards: 
0 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014)
Long Rush:
 0 (vs. Sacramento State, 2014)
 13 (vs. Northwestern, 2013)
Receiving Yards:
 147 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
Receiving TDs: 
2 (at Washington State, 2014)
Long Reception:
80TD (twice, last at Oregon, 2015)
Kick Returns: 
4 (vs. Washington State, 2013)
Kick Return Yards:
 71 (vs. Washington State, 2013)
Long Kick Return: 
28 (at Oregon, 2013)
Punt Returns: 
4 (twice, last vs. Arizona, 2013)
Punt Return Yards: 
22 (vs. Portland State, 2013)
Long Punt Return: 
13 (vs. Portland State, 2013)
All-Purpose Yards: 
147 (vs. Arizona State, 2015)
 12 (at Washington State, 2014) 

Last Updated
June 12, 2016

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