“Those kind of things, you can’t teach,” Johnson said. “He’s got some ability. So as he learns what to do, he’s going to get better and better. Now, will he be ready to play this year? I don’t know. We’ll see. We’re going to try to get him ready.”
While Tech’s hope is that the team won’t be in a position to count on Graham this season, the appraisal bodes well for the future. After Marshall graduates at the end of this season, Graham could be competing next season with Lucas Johnson (a sophomore this season) and Oliver (a redshirt freshman), both of whom have drawn praise from Paul Johnson at various points.