2009 Versatile performer played both offense and defense as redshirt sophomore, starting and ending the season as a defensive back while providing explosiveness as receiver during midseason stretch... Also returned punts and kicks during campaign... Earned three starts as defensive backs and one start at wide receiver... Concluded year with 26 total tackles, 17 solo stops, two interceptions and four defensed passes as cornerback... On offense, added 35 receiving yards on four catches and 12 rushing yards on reverses... Made best game of season as defensive back in finale at Tennessee (10 total tackles/2 deflected passes/interception), earning team's Defensive Player of the Week honor... Added seven tackles against Mississippi State and three tackles and an interception against Ole Miss... Best effort on offense came against Georgia (21 rushing yards).
2008 Blossomed into one of the Commodores' top offensive weapons in his first year... Saw action at three positions - receiver, running back and quarterback - during the season... Played in 12 of 13 games, earning nine starting assignments... Missed the Kentucky game with ankle injury... Finished the year among team's top five in receiving (118 yards) and rushing (113 yards)... Had 15 receptions and three TD catches as WR; 119 yards and 1 TD as rusher... Also averaged 5.0 yards as punt returner... Enjoyed breakthrough game as receiver at Georgia, catching four passes for 36 yards, including two touchdown receptions, to claim team's Offensive Player of the Week honors... First touchdown at Georgia - an 18-yarder - was longest reception of the year... Also had three catches and a TD reception against Florida... As a running back, set season highs in rushing attempts (7), rushing yards (37) and longest rush (15 yards) in season finale at Wake Forest... Opened the Wake Forest game in QB position, then moved to TB - playing both positions for the first time all season... Had two rushes and two catches in win over Boston College in Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl.
2007 Did not play as redshirt freshman... Participated as a practice scout defensive back.
2007 (BASKETBALL) Joined the Commodore basketball squad during Christmas break... Saw action as a first-year reserve guard, developing into a fan favorite with stellar defensive intensity and energy off the bench.
HIGH SCHOOL Senior captain in football... Started at wide receiver, quarterback, tailback and defensive back... Named 4A All-State by Tennessee Sports Writers Association and All-Midstate by Nashville Tennessean as senior... In 2006, threw for 570 yards and five TDs, ran for 640 yards and 12 TDs, and caught 25 passes for 285 yards and four TDs. Also had four INTs, and 15 for career, and returned four kicks for TDs as senior... Two-time first team All-Region selection... Three-year starter... Became first freshman to start Whites Creek varsity basketball game... Continues to be a hoops standout guard for a top area team... Surpassed 1,500 points for career... Helped team to 2006 AAA state semifinals... In December, became school's first student to receive the prestigious William Hume Award from Nashville city schools for outstanding accomplishment by a football scholar athlete.
PERSONAL Jamie Donnell Graham... "JG"... Born Nov. 24, 1988 in Nashville... Has a younger brother, Jamonte... Raised by grandmother, Hattie Graham, following tragic 1996 death of mother, Jamie Denise Graham... An uncle, Whites Creek grad Odell Bradley, was basketball standout at IUPUI... Shelton Quarles, former Commodore LB and Super Bowl winner with the Tampa Bay Bucs, is a Whites Creek alum... Devoted to Nashville area youth, and frequently speaks to school audiences... Working toward degree in Special Education from the Peabody College.