We have spoken about it before, but we are still amazed how Zeb Graham is floating under the radar. What more can a prospect do in order to get college coaches in his gym. He is a cat quick 6' point guard who is averaging 20 points and 5 assists per game in one of South Carolina's toughest conferences.

Graham, played last season for the Team Charlotte 15u team on the Under Armour Circuit. He carries a 3.7 GPA at a good academic school in Fort Mill, South Carolina, he is a 2-time alum of the prestigious South Carolina Top 80, yet outside of Presbyterian (his only offer) Charlotte, College of Charleston and Winthrop are the only schools who have reached out. This has to change immediately.

After his performance in this year's South Carolina Top 80, an event which brings the very best prospects from the state of South Carolina to compete against one another, we wrote, 'Graham is a skilled highly talented guard who competes. His ability as a true point guard are second to none as he sees the floor and gets to the rim at a very high level. Graham's camp coach Philip Deter stated, 'The sky is the limit for Zeb because he can play the game is so many different ways. I can see him getting recruited at the high level and helping early.'

Graham has a great mind for the game and carries an innate competitive toughness. When asking him about his game he simply says, 'I love Kyrie and Isiah Thomas. They are able to distribute and get their team mates involved but can also take over scoring the ball when it is needed. My game is like that.' With all his success, Graham stays in the gym working on the nuances of success, 'I have a lot of defenses focused on me this season, I am watching video and working on creating under pressure. I do it well, but I always need to be working at it.'

After watching Graham the praise continues to flow for him. After watching Graham win tournament MVP in a travel team tournament this past travel season National Analyst Rick Lewis wrote, '6' ’19 Zeb Graham who was named MVP leads Team Charlotte. Graham averaged 20 PPG, 3 RPG, 3 APG, and 2 SPG in the six games. Graham is silky smooth and has mastered the 'euro step' in transition. He has a good frame/body and simply knows how to use and shield his body in his moves to the rim. Graham is terrific at changing speeds and directions. He's got a soft shooting touch and can score points from all levels on the court. In addition, we were impressed with his court vision and ability to see plays in advance.'

Everyone who watches him loves his game and his skill set and production are undeniable. As we mentioned before Graham is averaging 20 points and 5 assists per game this season. That is on top of maintaining a 3.7 GPA in the classroom and being a true pleasure to talk to and seeing his incredible work ethic.

He is a Top 10 prospect in South Carolina's loaded 2019 class, watch closely because at any time now his recruitment will take off.