Graham joins Academy One in the late summer of 2011. He is one of the top goalkeepers in Maryland and among the best in the region. Graham played for one of the top US Soccer Academy programs in the country: Potomac Soccer Academy. He had been with the program for three years. As a high school freshman, he was on the club's pre-Academy team and a developmental player for the U16s (playing up 2 years). As a high school sophomore, he was the primary starter for the U16s (up 1 year), and with the U18s (up 3 years) at the Dallas showcase in the Summer of 2011. Prior to US Soccer Academy, he played for one of the top clubs in the region, Bethesda Soccer Club. They were Maryland state finalists two years straight. For league play, they participated in the Region I Premier League. In 2007 and 2008, Graham played Maryland ODP. For high school, he has been the varsity starter since he was a Freshman at one of the largest DC area schools, Richard Montgomery High School. As a junior, he was named Captain and was mentioned in "Players to Watch" by the Montgomery County Gazette. After his senior year, Graham was named All-Conference, All-County, All-Met and Maryland All-State (Along with fellow Academy members Matt Sanchez and Hassan Mostafa). Aside from soccer, academics are a high priority for Graham. He has taken all honors and AP courses every year since the beginning of high school. He has been a member of both National Honors Society, and the Key Club. Graham is also an active community service volunteer, and have accumulated nearly 200 student-service learning hours. Graham was a finalist for the Academy One Academic Award. After a very long and soul-searching decision, Graham decided to turn down several offers to play college soccer and attend the University of Michigan like his older brother.