Graham calls TCU facilities "Amazing"

Running back Darius Graham now holds five offers, but he tells he is still open in his recruitment and continues to hear from a number of schools.

Running back Darius Graham from Lawton, Oklahoma has picked up a new offer from Colorado State bringing his total offers to five.

The MacArthur high school running back said he has been in contact the the CSU coaches and is trying to set up an official visit in January.

"I can get to know the coaches sit down and chat with them and get to know the facilities and the program," Graham said.

Saturday Graham traveled to Fort Worth, Texas to watch TCU take on Oklahoma at Amon Carter Stadium.

"It was a great atmosphere. The people are friendly," Graham said. "The football team is pretty good, but the facilities are amazing. Everything is brand new."

"I went to TCU for a camp, but I didn't get to see any of that stuff that I saw this time. It was real nice up there."

TCU is not currently one of Graham's five offers. Louisiana Tech, SMU, and Ohio join Texas Tech and Colorado State on his list.

Graham said he spoke with several people involved with the TCU program. "I shook a few hands. I sent my highlight reel to them, so I am going to wait for them to get back to me."

Graham said in early October that Texas Tech has offered him to play linebacker. At 6'0 and 225 pounds, Graham is ranked as the no. 72 back by, but his size may translate to the defensive side of the ball as well.

"I talked with Tech today. They came to the school, and we sat down and chatted for a little bit. I have been to their facilities. I have been to one of their football games, and it was nice. I was pretty impressed," said Graham.

Graham says he remains open with his recruitment and has not started to narrow down his list at all thus far, but he says he continues to hear from several schools who have not yet extended an offer.

Ole Miss, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Indiana, Wyoming, Houston, and Kansas State all continue to show interest in the Lawton native.

Graham recently sent his game tape to Nebraska, and he feels like he has shown improvement in his speed, vision, and strength.

"I watched my film from my junior and sophomore year, and I could see I improved those years, but I kept seeing where I could make myself better. My agility and my vision I [improved]. I had to get my body weight up to take on the punishment of being a power back, and I really focused in the film room," Graham finished.

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