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Graham Invited to USA Basketball University Games Training Camp

Treveon-GrahamVCU’s top returning scorer, Treveon Graham, has been invited to Colorado Springs, Colorado this month to tryout for the 12-man roster that will represent USA in this year’s World University Games.

Camp takes place June 24th-30th with finalists announced on the 28th. The team’s roster will be official as of July 1st.

Graham will compete with the likes of Eric Atkins (Notre Dame/Columbia, Md.); Markel Brown (Oklahoma State/Alexandria, La.); Deonte Burton (Nevada/Los Angeles, Calif.); Quinn Cook (Duke/Washington, D.C.); Bryce Cotton (Providence/Tucson, Ariz.); Spencer Dinwiddie (Colorado/Woodland Hills, Calif.); C.J. Fair (Syracuse/Baltimore, Md.); Yogi Ferrell (Indiana/Indianapolis, Ind.); Davante Gardner (Marquette/Suffolk, Va.); Jerian Grant (Notre Dame/Bowie, Md.); P.J. Hairston (North Carolina/Greensboro, N.C.); A.J. Hammons (Purdue/Gary, Ind.); Luke Hancock (Louisville/ Roanoke, Va.); Joe Harris (Virginia/Chelan, Wash.); Tyler Haws (BYU/Alpine, Utah); Andre Hollins (Minnesota/ Memphis, Tenn.); Rodney Hood (Duke/Meridian, Miss.); Josh Huestis (Stanford/Great Falls, Mont.); Cory Jefferson (Baylor/Killeen, Texas); Sean Kilpatrick (Cincinnati/Yonkers, N.Y.); Alex Kirk (New Mexico/Los Alamos, N.M.); Devyn Marble (Iowa/Southfield, Mich.); Doug McDermott (Creighton/Ames, Iowa); Adreian Payne (Michigan State/Dayton, Ohio); Chasson Randle (Stanford/Rock Island, Ill.); Will Sheehey (Indiana/Stuart, Fla.); Aaron White (Iowa/Strongsville, Ohio); and Kendall Williams (New Mexico/Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.).

The team will be led by veteran Davidson coach, Bob McKillop. McKillop will be assisted by Michigan’s John Beilein and South Carolina’s Frank Martin.

Graham finished eighth in the Atlantic 10 in scoring as a sophomore at 15.5 points per game in just 27.6 minutes per contest. The Temple Hills, MD native was the first player to average at least that amount as a sophomore since Domonic Jones put up 16.1ppg in 34.8 minutes per game over the 2001-2002 season.

 

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