“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 in the official VCU release. “Any chance I get to better myself is something that I know will help our team back at VCU.”
The camp is an invite only affair that includes the top high school and college guards in the country, and his hosted by the six-time NBA All-Start himself.
Graham has typically played in the front court for VCU but saw extended minutes for team USA as a guard. At 6’5 215 VCU’s leading scorer from this past season (15.1 ppg) is a matchup nightmare, and the ability to get work in as a guard will only create more problems for potential forwards looking to stay in front of the red hot Ram next season.