John Graves moved this offseason from Blue Springs High School near Kansas City, Mo., to talent-laden Dallas-area program Lancaster High School, which regularly produces FBS prospects.
Graves said defensive line coach Terrance Jamison recruits him for Texas Tech.
"I'm just happy that somebody gave me a chance and has seen the potential that I have and what I can do on the field," Graves said of the Texas Tech offer. "Just glad they gave me an opportunity to continue and go to college somewhere."
"They like that I'm versatile. I can move inside, I can move outside. I use my hands and I get off the ball."
Graves said playing inside or outside doesn't matter to him.
"Wherever you want me to eat at, I'm gonna eat at," he said with a smile.
Graves said outside linebackers coach Joe Lorig recruits him for Memphis.
"I just want to see the facilities and talk to some of the players and see how much they like it and stuff like that," Graves said. "Pretty much get a feel for the school and the coaching staff, see if I could fit in there."
Graves also said that he wants to head to Lubbock for a visit as soon as he gets the chance.
"I plan on taking a visit there whenever I can, maybe in June," he said.
Stick with Scout as we continue to monitor Graves' burgeoning recruitment.