Potentially the best aspect of playing football at Miami--better than the winning tradition, the sunny Florida weather, the cool uniforms--is the fraternity of former Hurricanes that you get accepted into.
Since 2000, no school has been better at producing NFL talent than Miami. Last season, former Hurricanes made a total of 288 starts in NFL games. Many of those players come back to the Miami campus during the offseason to workout, allowing the current Hurricanes to get a glimpse of what it takes to make the NFL.
Miami freshman wide receiver David Njoku had that experience this morning.
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Njoku was a three-star recruit in the 2014 class, being classified by some services as a wide receiver and others as a tight end. There's likely not a better player he could learn from, then, than Graham.