2004 Prospect To Watch - Christian Graham
High School - Indianapolis (Warren Central)
Position(s) - Wide Receiver/Defensive Back
Height, Weight, Speed - 6-2, 190 4.6
Honors - Named All-Conference in 2002.
Scholarship Offers - Indiana, Purdue and Illinois
Favorites - Tennessee, Michigan, Purdue, Illinois and Indiana.
Comments - Christian and twin brother Chris Graham are two of the "Top 30" prospects in the Hoosier State for the 2003 season.
Linebacker Chris Graham is being more heavily recruited than defensive back Christian but the later Graham still has some impressive offers.
"Right now its Illinois, Indiana and Purdue," said Christian Graham. "Those are my only scholarship offers.
"My favorites right now are Tennessee, Michigan, Purdue, Illinois and Indiana.
"Chris and I are pretty much going to the same camps this summer. We went to Indiana this past weekend and we're going to Tennessee this weekend. I'm going to the Illinois camp for sure.
"I really don't have a favorite right now. Chris and I are just keeping our options open and taking visits. We'd like to go to the same school but we also know that might not happen. We want to go to the school that fits each of us the best."
Christian Graham is being recruited as a safety.
Athletic DB Has An Illinois Offer
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