VCU senior guard duo, Treveon Graham and Briante Weber, have already carved their names into the VCU record books with a chance to do even more damage this year. Below is a look at where the two stand and what they need to do to climb the ladder of the VCU gods.
Briante Weber: 296
Weber has already destroyed the previous VCU record of 257, doing so in just three seasons. He’ll look to distance himself from the pack while hunting the NCAA’s all-time steals record in the process.
THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS
Treveon Graham: 136
Graham enters the all-time top-10 with just 20 makes this upcoming season. If he makes as many as he did his previous season he will bump Brandon Rozzell out of the top five, but that’s likely as high as he goes. MAYBE top four, but doubtful.
Treveon Graham: 321
Graham currently sits at No.8 on the all-time list and is on pace to pace VCU legend, Calvin Duncan (440), for second all time behind free throw machine, Eric Maynor (503).
Briante Weber: 293
Weber needs 60 assists to knock Kenny Harris out of the top-10 and is on pace to finish somewhere around the top seven, coming up a good bit shy of former havoc-wreaking teammate, Darius Theus (462).
Treveon Graham: 570
Graham is on pace to certainly finish in the top five but has a decent shot at hitting the top four if the senior can pick up a decent bump in minutes as he finishes his career (34 versus last season’s 28.3?).
Treveon Graham: 10
Graham finished his junior season with five double-doubles but will need to pick up one extra to enter the all-time top ten (two tied at 16).
Treveon Graham: 1,349
Graham is in hot pursuit of the king of all record, VCU’s all-time scoring mark of 1,953 held by Ram legend, Eric Maynor. If Graham posts the same average as this last season he’ll end up roughly 50 points shy so he’ll need to either boost his average ever-so-slightly or pick up a few extra games in March. I’ll root for the same average and take the deeper run.