Michigan football offers scholarship to Ken Griffey Jr.'s son
The Michigan Wolverines have offered Ken Griffey Jr.’s son, Tevin, a scholarship.
According to Brandon Brown of The Wolverine, Michigan extended the offer after Tevin attended a camp this weekend. Griffey is a 5-foot-10, 160-pound CB for the class of 2020, and he’s entering his junior year of high school in 2019. Michigan is his first big offer.
Griffey’s older brother, Trey, played at Arizona before having a cup of coffee in the NFL.
— Brandon Brown (@BSB_Wolverine) June 10, 2018
The Griffeys were in town for the football camp, but it’s unfortunate the elder Griffey didn’t have his trademark backwards hat on in this photo.
Ken Griffey Jr. And Jim Harbaugh chatting after the camp. pic.twitter.com/7EpQdTS9nx
— Matt Pargoff (@MaizeBlueNews) June 10, 2018