Senior Mason Graham has committed to play football at Boise State University. The Friars' two-way lineman shared on Twitter, "I would like to thank God for blessing me with the ability to play the game of football and guiding me throughout this journey. I also want to thank my family for sacrificing so much and being supportive throughout this whole process. Thanks to all of my coaches that have helped me grow in life, as a player, and as a man."
He continued, "I'm so grateful for the coaches at Boise State for believing in me and giving me the opportunity to continue my athletic career at the next level. Happy Birthday Papa, I know you are smiling down on us. We love you! With that being said I will be continuing my academic and athletic career at Boise State University!"
A three-year varsity letterman for Servite, Graham earned 1st Team All-Trinity League recognition as a junior after a breakout sophomore campaign that put his name on the map. Graham also wrestles for the Fight'n Friars winning a Trinity League individual championship at heavyweight in 2020 while helping the team win league in 2021.
Head Coach Troy Thomas told 247Sports, "I think he has an NFL future on the offensive line," Thomas said. "He's really good on both sides but as an offensive lineman, that's where I really like him a lot. I coached Travis Averill, who went on to play at Boise State and in the NFL and I think Graham is just as good a prospect if not even better."
Graham is the second football player from the talented senior class to announce his college decision joining Noah Fifita who is headed to Arizona.