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Garrett Graham
Garrett Graham

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Brick, N.J.

High School:
Memorial

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 250

Position:
TE

Experience:
2V

Honors and Awards: 2009: First-team All-Big Ten by media and second-team All-Big Ten by coaches ... honorable mention All-American (collegefootballnews.com) ... John Mackey Award Midseason Watch List ... first-team Midseason Watch List (Phil Steele) ... UW co-MVP ... Lombardi Award Preseason Watch List ... preseason first-team All-Big Ten selection by Phil Steele, Athlon and Lindy's ... team captain 2008: First-team All-Big Ten (media) ... second-team All-Big Ten (coaches)

Career: Tied for fifth in school history with 16 career receiving touchdowns ... ranks tied for sixth with 121 career receptions at UW ... seven TD catches in 2009 ranks eighth all-time at UW ... 11th in school history with 1,492 career receiving yards

2009: Led team in receiving touchdowns (7), ranked second on team in receptions (51) and receiving yards (624) and ranked third in scoring with 42 points ... started all 13 games ... six catches for 77 yards against Miami in Champs Sports Bowl on Dec. 29 ... team-high four catches for 45 yards against Hawaii on Dec. 5 ... career-high 98 receiving yards, including season-long 27-yard reception, and two touchdowns on six catches against Northwestern on Nov. 21 ... named UW's co-offensive player of the week after team-high five catches for 62 yards against Michigan on Nov. 14 ... played against Indiana on Nov. 7 but did not catch any passes ... registered one reception for 11 yards against Purdue on Oct. 31 ... caught two passes for 28 yards against Iowa on Oct. 17 ... gained 35 yards on four catches against Ohio State on Oct. 10 ... tied career high with seven catches for 68 yards against Minnesota on Oct. 3 ... caught team-high five passes for 58 yards and career-high three touchdowns against Michigan State on Sept. 26 ... named UW's co-offensive player of the week for Fresno State game on Sept. 12 after recording 49 receiving yards on three catches and getting two key blocks on David Gilreath's 8-yard touchdown run ... caught team-high six passes for 82 yards against Northern Illinois on Sept. 5

2008:
Earned second letter ... played in 11 games, starting 10 ... led the team with 40 catches for 540 yards ... team-best five touchdowns and 49.1 yards per game average ... team-high three receptions for 62 yards in the Champs Sports Bowl against Florida State ... one reception for nine yards against Cal Poly on Nov. 22 ... one catch for a 2-yard TD against Minnesota on Nov. 15 ... team-high five catches for 69 yards at Indiana on Nov. 8 ... named UW's offensive player of the week after tying season high with six catches for 68 yards and a touchdown at Michigan State on Nov. 1 ... tied season high with six catches for season-high 79 yards, including career-long 45-yard reception, against Illinois on Oct. 25 ... season-high six catches for 74 yards at Iowa on Oct. 18 ... had one catch for 23 yards against Penn State on Oct. 11 ... scored the Badgers' only TD at Fresno State on Sept. 13 ... led the team with five catches for 58 yards and the score against the Bulldogs ... grabbed his second TD catch of the season and had 73 yards receiving with four receptions against Marshall on Sept. 6 ... opened the season against Akron with a two catches for 23 yards, including a 3-yard touchdown reception on Aug. 30 ... Preseason: named third-team All-Big Ten by Athlon Sports ... fourth-team All-Big Ten by Phil Steele

2007: Earned first letter ... played in all 13 games, including 10 starts ... second on team with four TD catches ... set career high in receptions (seven) and season high in yards (75) in the 2008 Outback Bowl against 16th-ranked Tennessee ... had 22-yard grab in win at Minnesota on Nov. 17 ... tied season-long with 25-yard TD catch in win over Northern Illinois on Oct. 20 ... named UW co-offensive player of the week after registering five catches and 68 yards, along with a nine-yard TD grab, at Illinois on Oct. 6 ... two receptions for 20 yards in win over 23rd-ranked Michigan State on Sept. 29 ... season-long 25-yard catch vs. The Citadel on Sept. 15 ... made two receptions for 11 yards, including three-yard TD grab that opened UW's scoring at UNLV on Sept. 8 ... saw extensive action and made first three catches of career (including 11-yard TD snare) for 38 yards in win over Washington State on Sept. 1

2006: Played in three games (did not letter) ... saw most extensive action of career at TE in Capital One Bowl win over 12th-ranked Arkansas ... brief appearance at TE late in Minnesota game on Oct. 14 was first action of career ... also appeared toward end of Buffalo game on Nov. 18

2005:
Redshirted

High School: Ranked by Rivals.com as one of top 25 players in New Jersey and one of top 35 players in the nation at his position ... one of top 60 players in the East according to Prep Football Report ... rated No. 26 in the Northeast by SuperPrep ... a two-time, first-team all-state selection by Associated Press, Newark Star-Ledger and Gannett ... played tight end and defensive end, as well as punter and kicker ... two-time team captain and team MVP ... as a senior he had 25 catches for 604 yards and 10 TDs ... career totals included 96 receptions for 2,031 yards and 21 TDs ... also booted field goals of 45 and 47 yards ... football coach was Fred Sprengel

Personal: Parents are Gordon and Eileen Graham ... father was a college soccer player at West Virginia ... major is sociology

Career Receiving Statistics
Season GP/GS Rec. Yds. TD Yds/Rec
Long
2006 3/0 0 0 0 -- --
2007 13/10 30 328 4 10.9 25
2008 11/10 40 540 5 13.5 45
2009 13/13 51
624
7
12.2
27
Totals 40/33 121 1492 16 12.3 45

Game-by-Game Receiving
2007 SEASON (Rec.-Yds., TD): Washington State (3-38, 1); UNLV (2-11, 1); The Citadel (1-25); Michigan State (2-20); Illinois (5-68, 1); Penn State (3-18); Northern Illinois (2-30, 1); Indiana (1-6); Ohio State (2-10); Michigan (1-5); Minnesota (1-22); Tennessee (7-75)

2008 SEASON (Rec.-Yds., TD): Akron (2-23, 1); Marshall (4-73, 1); Fresno State (5-58, 1); Penn State (1-23); Iowa (6-74); Illinois (6-79); Michigan State (6-68, 1); Indiana (5-69); Minnesota (1-2, 1); Cal Poly (1-9); Florida State (3-62)

2009 SEASON (Rec.-Yds., TD): Northern Illinois (6-82); Fresno State (3-49); Wofford (2-11, 1); Michigan State (5-58, 3); Minnesota (7-68); Ohio State (4-35); Iowa (2-28); Purdue (1-11); Michigan (5-62, 1); Northwestern (6-98, 2); Hawaii (4-45); Miami (6-77)

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