Graham Still Hopes to Visit Arkansas

Bastrop (La.) four-star wide receiver Isaiah Graham had to postpone his visit to Arkansas, but is working on scheduling a new trip.

Last week’s winter weather not only shut down schools across the state, but it also prevented Isaiah Graham from visiting Arkansas.

Although the four-star wide receiver from Bastrop (La.) High has been to Fayetteville before, he was supposed to come to Fayetteville on March 7 when the Razorbacks hosted several prospects.

Graham (6-0.5, 175, 4.5) said he will come up at some point this spring to watch a practice, but he hasn’t discussed the specifics with Arkansas wide receivers coach Michael Smith.

Smith is Graham’s main recruiter and the pair has a good relationship.

“With him being from Louisiana, we have a lot in common,” Graham said. “It’s not all about football. That’s what I like about him. We can have a whole conversation and not talk about football.”

The visit to Arkansas will be just one of several visits Graham takes his spring. He will visit LSU on March 21 and is also trying to plan visits to Tennessee and TCU.

With 11 offers – including ones from Arkansas, Cal, Nebraska, TCU and Texas Tech – Graham said he doesn’t have a timetable for making a decision.

“I’m just taking my time,” Graham said. “Whenever I feel like I have the right school, that’s when I’ll make my decision. I’m just going with the flow.”

During the offseason, Graham is competing with Bastrop’s track and field team, running the 100-meter dash, 4x100-meter relay and 4x200-meter relay.

“I want to get faster and run routes better,” Graham said. “Work on the small things.”

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