Griffey, the 13-time Major League Baseball all-star and 10-time gold glover, was on hand for the Michigan football team’s prospect camp on Saturday.

The camp ran from mid-afternoon to early evening and included Griffey’s youngest son, Tevin, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound cornerback who attends Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, Fla.

UPDATE: Michigan offered Tevin Griffey a scholarship after Saturday’s camp, according to The Wolverine’s Brandon Brown.

The elder Griffrey, now 48, kept to himself for much of the camp, staying on one side of the field at Al Glick Field House.

Saturday marked the first of two scheduled camp days at Michigan.

On June 18, Michigan will host a lineman camp in the morning and another prospect camp in the afternoon.

A special Father’s Day youth camp, for ages 5-12, is also planned for June 17.

Harbaugh will continue his June satellite camp schedule on Sunday in Norfolk, Va., where he’s set to headline a college football exposure camp at Old Dominion University.