Graham is our odds-on-favorite to be the Yellow Jackets starting quarterback come next season. The redshirt sophomore quarterback took over the Yellow Jackets starting quarterback duties against the Temple Owls.
Graham as the starter had his fair share of ups-and-downs to say the least. On the season, he completed just 45.1% of his passes for 1,164-yards, 12 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions.
A major problem for Graham as is for many young quarterbacks is consistency. Rarely during the 2019 season did Graham have stretches of strong play. He’ll need to fix those consistency issues if he hopes to once again be the starter in 2020 and hold onto that starting position.
For the most part, Graham’s play last year was adequate with only one real good game of note. Against the Virginia Cavaliers, he was tremendous, completing 15-of-22 passing attempts for 229-yards and two touchdowns. Outside of that game, where his completion percentage was 68.2%, his next highest completion percentage this season was 57.1% when he completed 4-of-7 passes against Clemson. In total, of his 11 games, Graham had just three games with completion percentages above 50%.
Overall, Graham is a quality option for the Yellow Jackets at quarterback. While there is plenty of growth for him to go as a quarterback, he is someone that there is enough positive traits that you can see how he can grow into a high quality quarterback down the road.