Three-star Lawton (Okla.) MacArthur running back Darius Graham has experienced the ups and downs of recruiting. He has seen offers from Ohio, SMU, and Colorado State roll in and he has seen communication grow cold.
Recently the 6-1, 210-pound standout saw Northern Colorado enter the picture and the Bears are now very much in the mix for his services as signing day nears.
"This month on the 18th I'm going to Northern Colorado on an official visit," Graham said. "I'm waiting for Louisiana Tech to contact me about going down there on an official visit."
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Northern Colorado is the only visit currently on his schedule, and are among his top two with Louisiana Tech.
"Just those two. I've pretty much narrowed it down," Graham said. "I really haven't been hearing from anyone else so it's just down to these two right here."
At this point in the process, the standout running back feels good about his options. He also feels good about the way he finished his all-state career at MacArthur.
"My senior year was good. I missed a couple of games because I had some shoulder injuries," Graham said. "I had one and then I hurt the other one and by the time I got that straightened out I finished the rest of my season."
Graham is currently ranked No. 10 in the Rivals.com Oklahoma Postseason Top 20.