Trey Griffey has some of the strongest pedigree in baseball of practically anyone before him, yet he decided not to pursue a career in baseball.
His father is Ken Griffey Jr., who was elected to Baseball’s Hall of Fame in 2016 after a 22-year major-league career that included 630 home runs. His grandfather, Ken Griffey Sr., spent 19 seasons in the big leagues that included two World Series championships with the Cincinnati Reds. He earning All-Star honors in three seasons and posted a career .296 batting average.
Trey served as a batboy for Team USA in the 2006 World Baseball Classic, when his father played in the inaugural international tournament.
However, Trey decided football was his game, and after a highly successful high school career in Florida he went to the University of Arizona on a football scholarship. He played four seasons with the Wildcats as a wide receiver.
Just recently, he was selected to play in the East-West Shrine Game in Tampa, with a collection of outstanding of college football players.
For recent information about Trey Griffey’s football endeavors, follow the link below from the Tampa Bay Times: