#21 - Treveon Graham
Position: Guard
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Previous School: St. Mary's Ryken
Height: 6-5
Weight: 215

TREVEON GRAHAM - CAREER STATISTICS
Year GP-GS Min.
FG-FGA
Pct.
3FG-ATT
Pct.
FT-FTA
Pct.
Off-Def-Tot
Avg.
PF-FO
Ast.
TO
Blk.
Stl.
Pts.-Avg.
2011-12
36-0
16.8
75-193
.389
26-83
.313
76-120
.633
52-64-116
3.2
68-0
20 34 9 27
252-7.0
Totals
36-0
16.8
75-193
.389
26-83
.313
76-120
.633
52-64-116
3.2
68-0
20
34
9
27
252-7.0


QUICK HITS
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· Sports Illustrated’s Luke Winn labeled Graham the top breakout sophomore in the country for 2012-13
· Provides a tough match-up for opponents with his size and ability to score from anywhere on the floor
· Models his game after Paul Pierce, perennial NBA All-Star from the Boston Celtics

AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12):

The Basics:
· Graham saw action in all  36  of the Rams’ games in 2011-12.
· He finished his rookie campaign with averages of 7.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game.

Highlights:
· Ranked in top-40 in the country in fouls drawn per 40 minutes, averaging nearly six per 40 minutes of action
· Scored his first career points in his first collegiate game against St. Francis (Pa.) in the Rams’ home opener.
· Had eight games in which he scored in double-digits.
· Set a career high with 18 points on Dec. 20 against UAB and was able to match that output against James Madison on Jan. 12.
· Scored 13 points against Drexel to help lift the Rams to victory in the CAA Championship Game.

Getting to Know Treveon
Son of Katrina and Tommy Graham
Majoring in Business
Born on October 28, 1993

PRIOR TO VCU:

· During his senior season, he helped lead St. Mary’s Ryken to a school-record 18 wins, averaging 18.3 points and 10.4 rebounds per game.
· Earned the respect of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference in Washington, D.C., where he received First-Team accolades during his junior and senior seasons.
· In a talent rich area, Graham earned First Team All-Met honors during his senior year to go along with his Honorable Mention All-Met honors from his junior season.
· The 6-foot-5 guard was also being recruited by Boston College, Clemson, Cincinnnati, Cleveland State and Northeastern.



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