"It was a great trip; I really liked it," Graham said after returning home from Seattle. "The coaching staff was great and I loved the stadium and the city was really nice too."
Graham came up to Seattle for the weekend, but did not take part in the Rising Stars camp. He did, however, get to spend some time talking with Husky defensive backs coach Jimmy Lake.
"He said he liked my game and would like to see me at Washington and wants to see if I want to come back for a visit," Graham said.
Besides his visit to Montlake, Graham has also taking trips to see UCLA, Arizona State and Utah.
"I'm also planning to visit USC and Oklahoma, but I don't have the dates on those visits yet," Graham noted.
Washington was one of Graham's early offers and they have been joined by the likes of Arizona State, Boise State, California, Illinois, Oklahoma, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah and Washington State.
With his athleticism and aggressive nature, Graham is considered one of the top cover corners in the West for the 2017 recruiting class.
He's also part of one of the top 7v7 teams in the country -- Ground Zero -- where, on a week-to-week basis, he faces some of the top receivers in the country, both in practice and in weekend 7v7 tournaments.