The Arizona Wildcats held their annual spring game on Saturday, and there was a big play that stole the show from a very familiar name to sports fans. Wildcats wide receiver Trey Griffey, who is the son of future Baseball Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr., hauled in a miraculous one-handed catch to show that he has the skills to become a major weapon for the team moving forward.
Griffey joined Arizona as a three-star member of the 2012 recruiting class, before bursting onto the scene as a redshirt freshman at the end of the year. He finished the season with 14 catches for 170 yards and two touchdowns.
Now a redshirt sophomore, Griffey is ready to take the next step of his collegiate career and he’s off to a good start by making catches like this: