Tevin Griffey, a 5-10, 160-pound cornerback and the son of former MLB star Ken Griffey Jr., on Saturday received an offer to play football at Michigan, according to the Michigan Insider.
Griffey, from Dr. Phillips High in Orlando, Florida, is a class of 2020 recruit.
Tevin and Ken were at Michigan’s prospects camp on Saturday at the Glick Field House, the Michigan Insider reports, and it was there Tevin received the offer. It is his first FBS offer.
Another Ken Griffey Jr. son, Trey, played college football at Arizona as a receiver from 2012-16. He was not drafted and signed with the Indianapolis Colts. He was waived by the Colts in July 2017 and signed with the Miami Dolphins. He was waived by the Dolphins, as well, in September 2017 and in January signed a reserve/future contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers.