Senior Mason Graham has committed to play football at Michigan. The Friars' two-way lineman announced his commitment on Twitter saying, "This is a blessing from my Lord & Savior! I would like to thank my family and all of my coaches for getting me to this point in my life. I’m extremely excited to be attending The University of Michigan!"
Graham had initially verbally committed to Boise State but picked up an offer from the Wolverines after a dominant start to his senior season in which he tallied six sacks in the first two games.
He told 247Sports, "I couldn’t pass up this opportunity, it wasn’t just a football decision but a life one as well. Football wise, it’s tough to pass up a chance to play big time Big 10 football for a program with so much history and tradition."
After visiting he added, “I really love everything about the school. The players were great with me and Ann Arbor is a pretty cool college town. I think I’ll have no problem adjusting to life in the Midwest and I’m super excited to get going.”
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.
Graham is the fourth football player from the talented senior class to announce his college decision joining Noah Fifita and Keyan Burnett who are headed to Arizona and Tetairoa McMillan who is committed to Oregon.