Graham Performs Well at Wake Camp

Safety Dorian Graham is still waiting for his first offer, but he helped his cause with a strong performance at Wake Forest's camp.

The 5-11, 171-pound prospect from St. Thomas Aquinas High Schol in Ft. Lauderdale, FL could play on either side of the ball, but he's more experienced as a safety. The Wake coaches got a taste of his potential at the Deacons' most recent camp.

"I ran the 40 in 4.37 seconds while I was down there," said Graham. "I was excited about that, being able to show them my speed. I worked out mostly as a DB, but I spent some time at receiver too.

"It was a pretty good trip. I liked the school and the facilities pretty well. It just looked like a nice place. I talked to Coach Mac and a couple of other coaches. They told me they're going to have a meeting on Monday to talk about the camp, and they'll get up with me after that. If they offered it would change things a little bit."

Graham doesn't have any offers yet, but Syracuse is at the top of his list. Other than the 'Cuse and Wake Forest, Graham is keeping his options wide open. He said he wants to wait until he visits more schools to list any others he might be interested in.

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