Originally written on Dr. Saturday  |  Last updated 11/18/14

10 Jun 1998: Ken Griffey Jr. #24 of the Seattle Mariners in action during a game against the San Francisco Giants at 3 Com Park in San Francisco, California. The Mariners defeated the Giants 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Otto Greule Jr. /Allsport
Rich Rodriguez picked up what could be his most impressive commitment Monday evening when wide receiver Trey Griffey, son of baseball great Ken Griffey Jr., made a verbal pledge to Arizona. "My parents said, 'It's up to you, you got to do what you want to do ... what you feel is right,' " Griffey told the Orlando Sentinel. "I'm going to the University of Arizona. It doesn't get any better than that." Griffey, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound wide receiver from Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla., is more than just a famous name. In the past year his stock as a top high school receiver has risen thanks to a stellar senior season that saw him catch 72 passes for 970 yards, breaking records set by Florida State's Kenny Shaw. The effort earned him a spot in the Under Armour All-American game, a senior showcase that is open to just 92 players around the country. Even though Griffey is from Florida, his interest was in the Pac-12. Griffey visited Arizona State earlier this month and also had ...
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