Aug 09, 2013
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – One thing is for sure. Treveon Graham won't have any problem filling out the "what did you do with your summer" essay that some professors request.
Graham's busy summer on the hardwood continued as the rising junior will join classmate Briante Weber at this weekend's CP3 Elite Guard camp in Winston-Salem, N.C.
"It's really been an incredible summer that has been a great experience for me. It's definitely been humbling to be around all these great players all summer and something that I'm looking forward to learning a lot from," Graham said. "Any chance I get to better myself is something that I know will help our team back at VCU."
The CP3 Elite Guard Camp is an invitation-only camp for the top high school and collegiate point guards from North Carolina and across the country, held in CP3's hometown of Winston-Salem, NC. This will be an opportunity for some of the rising stars in the game of basketball to learn on the court from one of the game's best floor leaders. Fresh off another outstanding NBA season, CP3 is bringing his experience, as well as an elite group of instructors to help a new group of guards.
Graham is coming off a breakout year with a team-leading 15.1 points per game average and 5.8 rebounds per game, which ranked second on the squad. His outstanding play earned him All-Atlantic 10 Second Team honors and VaSID All-State First Team accolades.
The Temple Hills, Md. native scored in double-figures in 31 of VCU's 36 games, including seven 20-plus point performances.