RICHMOND, Va. – Senior Juvonte Reddic and juniors Treveon Graham and Briante Weber of the VCU men's basketball program were honored with All-State accolades this past week.

Graham and Reddic earned All-State honors from both the Richmond Times-Dispatch, as well as VaSID (Virginia Sports Information Directors). Weber earned a spot on the Richmond Times-Dispatch Second Team.

Graham earned First-Team accolades from both the RTD and VaSID after leading the Rams with 15.8 points per game. He scored in double-figures in 32 of VCU's 35 games this season.  He earned First-Team Atlantic 10 accolades as well as a spot on the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament team. His 553 points this year were tied for the 10th-most in a single-season in VCU history. He also ranked second on the Rams with 7.0 rebounds per night.

Reddic earned Second-Team accolades from both the RTD and VaSID after leading VCU with 8.4 rebounds per game and ranking second on the squad with 11.8 ppg. He finished his career as the only player in school history to rank in the top-20 in scoring (14th – 1,438 points) and top-10 in rebounds (3rd – 895), blocks (6th – 123) and steals (8th – 160).

Weber set the VCU and Atlantic 10 single season steals mark with 121 in 35 games. He finished the year with 18 more steals than any other player in the country. His 121 steals rank as the 13th-highest single season total in NCAA history. Weber also led the country in steal percentage (% of defensive possessions that he's on the floor and gets a steal) for the third consecutive season. When he was on the floor, VCU's opponents averaged just 61.2 ppg (0.87 points per possession).