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Luke Graham
Luke  Graham


Harrison City, Pa.

High School:
Penn Trafford

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 265



H.S. Coach:
Art Tragesser


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Luke Graham returned to the offensive line this past spring after spending the 2011 season at defensive tackle. A redshirt sophomore, Graham came to Penn State as an offensive lineman in 2010. He has good size and skills and will look to break into the tackle rotation when preseason camp commences. The Dean's List student, who compiled a 3.74 grade-point average during the spring semester, owns 3.64 cumulative GPA and is a potential Academic All-Big Ten honoree. He is among 16 returning Nittany Lions from Western Pennsylvania.

2011 Sophomore Season
Playing defensive tackle, Graham made his Nittany Lion debut in the season-opening victory over Indiana State.

2010 Freshman Season
Redshirt season.

High School
Graham was a three-year starter at Penn Trafford HS under Coach Art Tragesser. He earned PA Football News honorable-mention all-state and PFN all-academic laurels his junior and senior seasons. Selected the team MVP, Graham was a three-year all-conference honoree. He was named to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review Terrific 25 as a junior and senior. He recorded 48 tackles during his senior season. He also played basketball three years and was a member of the track and field team for two years.

Full name is Luke John Graham. He is the son of Michael and Lisa Graham and has a younger sister, Maggie. His father played basketball at Penn State McKeesport (Greater Allegheny) from 1983-87. Graham's hobbies include weight lifting, cycling and reading. He is interested in becoming a financial analyst. Graham owned a 3.69 grade-point average following the spring semester. Born October 31, 1991.


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