Biography: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors as a senior after career receiving numbers of 51/624/7. Junior totals included 40/540/5.
Positives: Reliable pass-catching tight end with marginal size/speed numbers for the next level. Plays with a good degree of quickness, breaks down well, and fluid releasing off the line into routes. Shows great awareness on the field, effectively extends his hands and makes the reception away from his frame. Nicely adjusts to make the catch in stride and at times comes away with some incredible receptions.
Negatives: Gives effort blocking yet lacks strength, rarely gets movement, and cannot finish off defenders. Lacks the deep speed to be a downfield threat. Occasionally lets the ball slip through his hands.
Analysis: Graham has been productive on the college level three years running yet lacks the overall physical skills to be anything other than a second tight end for an NFL team. He's best in a system that would put him in motion and comes with a special teams mentality.
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