Trey Griffey, son of Ken Griffey Jr., has verbally committed to play football at the University of Arizona, reports CBSSports.com.
Trey, built similarly to his father, hauled in 74 passes for 970 yards at Dr. Phillips High School in Florida this season. His totals were good enough to set the schools records. He was reportedly also recruited by Washington State, Michigan State, Iowa State, and Arizona State.
The Wildcats finished their latest college football season with a 4-8 record. Ken Griffey played football for three years in high school but his primary focus was baseball. Following his senior season of high school, Griffey was drafted No. 1 overall in the MLB draft by the Seattle Mariners.