TUCSON The most sought-out player at Arizona's annual Media Day on Sunday wasn't quarterback Matt Scott, running back Ka'Deem Carey or wide receiver Dan Buckner.
It was a player who has yet to take a snap before the fans at Arizona Stadium, and has no guarantee of any meaningful snaps this season.
Say hello to freshman wideout Trey Griffey, son of future baseball Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr.
Media Day was the first time coach Rich Rodriguez allowed access to Arizona's newcomers, and Griffey was a popular target.
He arrived in early June to get acclimated and get into summer school in preparation for the season. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver from Orlando, Fla., said he is "feeling good and feeling welcome" in Tucson.
How much he plays, if he plays, as a true freshman will depend not only on his physical skills, but how hard he works and the performance of the Wildcats' well-stocked group of experienced receivers.
The work part doesn't figure to be a problem. Rodriguez said...