The Top 100 Prospects – No. 99 WR T.J. Graham

Leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft our coverage will include detailed profiles on the top 100 players available when the Chiefs and the rest of the league start drafting on April 26th. Each profile is produced with information from players, coaches and NFL personnel departments.

Running fast has always been part of T.J. Graham’s life.

There’s little else that can happen when you come from a union of two track athletes who met in college and remained involved in the sport once their competitive days were over. Ann Graham is a sheriff department deputy in Wake County, North Carolina. She also coaches the track teams at Wakefield High School; not just girls but the boys as well. Trevor Graham owns an Olympic medal from the 1988 Summer Games. He also became a coach and at one time handled Marion Jones, Tim Montgomery and Justin Gatlin. But his involvement in the Balco controversy involving the use of performance enhancing drugs cost him his job and he was found guilty of lying to federal investigators and spent a year in home confinement.

With the influence of both parents, T.J. Graham has shown great character at North Carolina State, while making a name as a receiver and returner. Here’s a look at what he’s done, and what might be ahead.

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