"I really have high interest in Louisville," Graham said. "I really like Louisville. I like their coaching staff, how they use their corners, and their defensive style. They've got a great program."
Graham, who currently is waiting for his first scholarship offer, has made 35 tackles, 3 interceptions and 10 pass break ups this season.
"Florida, Auburn and Louisville have been contacting me for a while," Graham told JCFootball.com last week. "Arizona State has kicked it into gear lately. They've called me a few times. Oregon State and Washington State are two others that have sent stuff and called."
Graham said that Louisville, Florida, Auburn and Tennessee make up his current top four. Of those four programs, two schools standout for the 5'11, 190-pound corner.
"Right now, Louisville and Florida are neck and neck," Graham said. "I like Urban Meyer and Florida's crowd and atmosphere."
Graham, who has helped lead his team to a 7-1 record this season and a conference championship, will likely take all of his visits after the season in December. He's scheduled to graduate from junior college this December and would be able to enroll at the college of his choice in January and participate in spring practice.