“Speed, speed, speed. That’s one thing you can’t teach,” said Graham. “A lot of guys in the NFL can’t run as fast as I can. I’m not going to out-muscle anybody, but I will out-run you. I’ve been catching a lot of ball, too, because they say I can’t catch.”
So every day, Graham works on his hands at his old high school field at Wakefield, taking passes from former East Carolina quarterback Rob Kass. Projections are all over the map on where, or if, Graham will be drafted. He thinks at the very least, he can find a role returning kicks in the pros.
“I’ve improved my draft stock a lot. I can be a punt returner and kick returner that can save two roster spots and hopefully help out the team that way,” said Graham.