Graham: I'm 6-1, 268 pounds.
Q)Do you think scouts are concerned about your size?
Graham: I asked them what they wanted to see from me since I'm so small. They told me to be me and go out there and work hard. It's a bigger challenge for me to go out there and put up better numbers than everybody else. I have to stay on my game and continue to have the motor that I have.
Q)What players in the NFL do you watch who are similar to you?
Graham: I watch (Elvis) Dumervil now, he was the leading sacker last year. I look at myself as the next one. He's small, a lot of people didn't think he could do it. But I believe whoever gets me is going to love me.
Q)How much did you help yourself at the Senior Bowl?
Graham: I just wanted to let them know I'm going to give 100 percent to every play. No matter what size I am going to get to the ball and cause havoc.
Q)Are you a similar player to Pittsburgh's Lamar Woodley?
Graham: I get compared to him a lot. That was somebody who taught me a lot and showed me the ropes when I got up there (Michigan). I thank him because a lot of other guys wouldn't help you as much as he helped me. I give a lot to him. I feel good that they compare me to him because he's doing great in the league.
Q)You seem to really love the game . . .
Graham: I love the game, it relieves a lot of stress that I might have off the field. When I go out there I don't think about nothing except playing the game.
Q)You played a lot of end at Michigan. How comfortable are you standing up?
Graham: I'm very comfortable because growing up I've been playing linebacker since I was 7 and I got to Michigan and played defensive end. So I knew, I always wanted to stand up, that was my dream, coming out playing linebacker. They moved me to D-line I had to adjust. I think I'll fit in as soon as I get back (to linebacker).
Q)What is your weakness?
Graham: My weakness (is) opening my hips a little bit more. Sometimes I might get past a guy, the guy might put one hand on me be a split second late and the ball is gone. I feel like I need to work on my hips.
Q)What did David Harris teach you early on at Michigan?
Graham: I knew what it took because we had great leaders like LaMarr (Woodley) and David Harris (when I was a freshman). We had those guys who were really in my ear on defense, so I know how the defense was supposed to be.