Scouting Report
Graham finished his four-year career with 30 sacks, 138 tackles and was the Wolverines' first-ever two-time MVP, yet questions persist whether he will be a defensive end or outside linebacker in the NFL. The Detroit native bench pressed 225 pounds 31 times and ran a 4.72 40-yard dash at the combine, but he strained his right hamstring on his second run and sat out the remainder of the physical drills. Graham, who is still expected to be selected in the first round, has scheduled a personal workout at Michigan on April 8 - five days after he turns 22 - and will try to show NFL teams the skills that made him one of the best defensive ends in Wolverines history. Graham posted a career-high 10 1/2 sacks and led the Football Bowl Subdivision with 26 tackles for loss in 2009, earning second-team All-American honors. Graham had 10 sacks as a junior and is one of seven players in school history to have 10 or more sacks in a season. He was named the MVP of the Senior Bowl after recording two sacks and a forced fumble.