Rob Gronkowski was back his old college stomping grounds at the University of Arizona on Saturday.
The all-word NFL tight end added another chapter to his marvelous resume.
How about one catch for 200 yards and no touchdown but a world record?
Yep, on the day of the Wildcats’ spring game, Gronkowski and former New England Patriots’ teammate Tedy Bruschi were the honorary head coaches.
And Gronk was called upon to make the longest grab of his football life. He even came out in pads and the No. 48 jersey Gronk wore while playing in college as a Wildcat.
There was a helicopter hovering 600 feet over the field — give or take 40 feet if you listen to the voice from the chopper — and a football was thrown to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ tight end.
With those great hands, what else would he do other than catch it and set a world record?