INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Freight Train is hitting the rails one more time.
Senior Treveon Graham of the VCU men's basketball team will take the court one more time as a collegiate player. He'll be a part of the East All-Stars at this weekend's Reese's NABC Senior All-Star Game in Indianapolis.
This marks the fourth straight year that the Rams have had a player participate in the game (Juvonte Reddic in 2014, Troy Daniels in 2013 and Bradford Burgess in 2012).
The Temple Hills, Md. native helped lead the Rams to their fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and first-ever Atlantic 10 Championship. During his career, VCU piled up 108 wins, the third most all-time.
This season, Graham led the team in scoring for the second straight season with 16.2 points per game. He also was the leading rebounder at 7.1 boards per night, while shooting 42.8-percent from the field and 38.1-percent from long range.
He finished his career as the only player in VCU history with over 1,800 points, 800 rebounds and 200 3-pointers.