Graham Has Options

Word out of Baltimore (Md.) is Jonathan Graham is having a terrific junior campaign. So we caught up with the 2010 prospect to get his thoughts on his season and recruitment.

When it comes time for Jonathan Graham to make his college decision, the 6-foot-8, 205-pound power forward has options.

The son of former Maryland standout Ernie Graham, is starting to make his presence felt on the high school basketball landscape in Baltimore (Md.). A junior at Calvert Hall, Graham is averaging a solid 15 points and 10 rebounds a game.

"I feel like this year compared to last year I did a lot of things better," Graham told Scout.com. "I feel like I rebounded better and I blocked more shots. I did a lot more than just score from the inside."

"I bring toughness," he said. "I bring rebounding and scoring from both inside and out."

As a team Calvert Hall went 28-6 and still has the Alhambra Catholic Invitational tournament to participate in.

"I feel like as a team we definitely came together and had a really good season," Graham said. "We had our good and we had our bad, but overall I think it's been a really good season."

But with the season dwindling down, Graham has put more time into thinking about the recruiting process and the schools involved.

"It's been kind of hectic, but I'm starting to narrowing down colleges and I'm hoping to take visits over spring break," Graham said.

"I'm looking at it a lot more than I was a month or so ago," he continued "I'm looking to where would be good to make some visits."

Although Graham doesn't have any early favorites, he mentioned there were a handful coming at him hard, and he's hoping to take his first visit in the near future.

"The people that are showing me the most attention are definitely Villanova, West Virginia, Miami, Florida State and Maryland just to name a few."


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