Bastrop, Louisiana 2016 receiver Isaiah Graham is still waiting for his first offer, but he likely won’t have to wait too long.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pounder had a breakout season as a sophomore as he hauled in 39 catches for 684 yards and 10 touchdowns. Graham is starting to receive strong interest from several teams but says three are currently showing the most interest.
“I’ve got Alabama, LSU and TCU all talking to me; a lot of schools,” Graham said. “Bama said they’re waiting to see what I do on the field this year and they’ll work from there. TCU has been showing a lot of interest.”
Graham was one of over 300 prospects that attended TCU’s skills camp last week and he quickly caught the coaches’ attention. He’s already built a strong relationship with his recruiter; receivers coach Rusty Burns. Graham admittedly doesn’t know much about the Frogs’ program, but sees the pipeline they have built with the state of Louisiana.
“I don’t know much really, I know it’s a good program and there are a couple of kids from Louisiana up here,” he said. “They talk about the new offense and that’s what I run now. That would be a good fit for me.”
Graham got to learn a little more about TCU’s program prior to the camp as he arrived early in the day to take a campus tour. Graham was impressed with what he saw.
“It’s nice, I like everything,” he said.
With nearly two years to go in the process, Graham is humbled by the early attention he’s received. For now, he’s just waiting for his first offer to come through.
“It would be exciting and a dream come true,” he said of getting an offer. “It feels good to get interest; it makes me work harder.”