#21 Treveon Graham

  • Position: G
  • Year: Junior
  • Height: 6-6
  • Weight: 220
  • Birthday: October 28, 1993
  • Hometown: Washington, DC
  • Major: Business

2013-14 (Junior)


Treveon Graham is a serious candidate for A-10 Player of the Year alongside Juvonte Reddic, Dwayne Evans, and Chaz Williams. After a solid freshman effort, Graham exploded onto the scene last season scoring 544 points and grabbing 209 rebounds. He is too strong to be guarded by perimeter players and he is too quick to be guarded by forwards. Graham scored double-figures in 31-of-36 games, and he’s a solid rebounder. If Graham maintains last season’s efficiency while seeing a modest bump in playing time, he could post some extremely gaudy stats.

2012-13 (Sophomore)


  • 27.6 MPG, 15.1 PPG 5.8 RPG, 1.6 APG

Treveon Graham was one of the nation’s most improved players last season. He thrived as an undersized power forward, and the combination of his 3-foot shot and 3-point shot was deadly. During the recruiting process, Coach Smart told Graham he could be the all-time leading scorer at VCU. Eric Maynor, who holds the record at 1,953 points, scored 620 points in 1,669 minutes in his first two seasons. Graham has 796 points in 1,599 minutes in his first two seasons. Graham is scoring 0.498 points per minute to Eric Maynor’s 0.371.

Highlight: Graham scored 26 points on 8-12 shooting in VCU’s 78-65 win over #19 Memphis in the Battle 4 Atlantis.


Playing as an undersized forward, Bradford Burgess was the glue that held HAVOC! together. With Burgess gone, Treveon Graham is poised to fill the void left by the legendary #20 and in many ways even exceed his predecessor. Graham has the physical tools and scoring ability to make his own name. Fans of Burgess can get excited because as a freshman, Graham was a more efficient rebounder, boasted a better steal percentage, and drew more fouls per forty minutes than last year’s lone senior.

Room for improvement: If Treveon Graham develops an outside shot he will elevate his entire game to a new level while spreading the floor for all of VCU’s weapons. Imagine 2011’s offense with 2012’s defense. The sophomore forward also needs to work on his free-throw shooting. He drew six fouls per forty minutes, but his 63-percent rate from the charity stripe left plenty of unfulfilled scoring potential.

Graham turned 18 the week before the 2011-12 season and, despite his youth, improved constantly. After shooting an abysmal 3-of-23 (.131) in his first eight games, Graham finished the season 72-of-170 (.424).

Key stat: In the past thirteen seasons, only two VCU freshmen have scored 250 points. Bradford Burgess scored 253 points in 997 minutes, while Treveon Graham scored 252 points in only 604 minutes.

2011-12 (Freshman)

The youngest player on the team, Treveon Graham is one of the Rams’ most exciting youngsters. At 6-foot-5, Graham looks like a drive-happy Bradford Burgess. Despite being the Rams’ 7th or 8th man, Graham scored double digits eight times, and his ability to draw fouls is unmatched on the team.

Highlight: In the CAA tournament VCU was tied 26-26 with Northeastern at halftime. #21 went off, scoring 16 points on 6-9 shooting (3-5 from 3-point range). Needless to say, the next three years are promising for Graham.

Photograph courtesy of VCU Athletics.

Game Statistics

2012-13 36-36 27.7 15.11 2.75 3.06 5.81 1.56 0.89 0.14 1.56 2.25 1
2011-12 36-0 16.78 7.0 1.44 1.78 3.22 0.56 0.75 0.25 0.94 1.89 0.59

Shooting Statistics

2012-13 186-413 .450 134-271 .494 52-143 .366 120-164 .732 1.32 .513 .554
2011-12 75-193 .389 49-110 .445 26-83 .313 76-120 .633 1.31 .456 .504