With the regular season concluded, the 6-5, 210lb redshirt freshman from Stuart, Florida is among the conference leaders in six categories. He is 16th in scoring at 12.0 points per game, 12th in rebounding at 6.0 per game, 12th in field goal percentage at .469, 12th in steals with 1.34 per game, 10th in offensive rebounds with 3.93 per game, and 22nd in minutes played with 27.72 per game.
Graham played in all 29 games this season and led the Hatters in field goals (146), rebounds (175) and steals (39). He was second in scoring (347 points), field goal percentage (.469), minutes played (804), and blocked shots (14).
He was the team's high scorer in seven games and led the way in rebounding 16 times. Graham was the only Hatter to hit a double-double this season and he accomplished the feat twice. On November 13 he had 14 points and 10 rebounds against Averett, and on January 10 he scored 15 points and pulled down 14 rebounds against North Florida. He tallied 30 points against Savannah State on February 15 which was the season-high for any Hatter.
"Ridge making the All-Freshman Team is a nice feather in his cap and well deserved for his freshman campaign", said Stetson head coach Derek Waugh. "I have little doubt that if the conference had an All-Freshman second team that Tyshawn, Joel and Liam would also have been honored."
As a class, Stetson's rookies totaled 878 points ranking them second in the nation (heading into post-season play) in scoring only to Kentucky's freshman class.