Graham isn't rushing recruitment

Torian Graham has high major programs showing interest, but has yet to set up official visits.

As a number of 2012 prospects are closing in on decision,'s top 100 prospect Torian Graham isn't in a rush with his college choice.

Once a North Carolina State commit, Graham reopened his recruitment and is now entertaining interest from Memphis, Connecticut, Ohio State, Maryland and other high major programs.

"It's open to everyone really," Graham told "It's open everybody."

Graham, who will play his senior year at Arlington (Fla.) Country Day, said he plans to take the ACT in November. Following the test, Graham will start taking official visits.

"Not yet," he said when asked if he set up any official visits. "I'll be deciding soon on which visits I'll take soon."

According to Graham, a four-star prospect, his main focus is getting healthy and back to 100-percent on the court.

"I'm just grinding," Graham said. "I'm getting ready for the season."

"I'm doing good," he added. "It's my third day back. I was jammed up with my knee."

Graham is ranked No. 51 overall in the 2012 class.

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