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Former UH QB Graham invited to Saints’ mini camp

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    University of Hawaii Warrior football player Taylor Graham looked for his receiver in a game against the Wyoming Cowboys on Saturday night.

Former University of Hawaii quarterback Taylor Graham told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser he has received an invitation to participate in the New Orleans Saints’ mini camp this weekend. 

Injuries and circumstances limited Graham to playing in eight (and starting four) of 25 games the past two seasons. In accordance with NCAA rules, he redshirted in 2012 after transferring from Ohio State. 

Graham said he has fully recovered from a broken foot suffered during the 2014 season.

He gained attention for his field work during UH’s pro day in San Diego on March 19. 

The past weekend, Graham had a tryout with the New York Giants. His father, Kent Graham,  had played five seasons in two stints with the Giants.  The younger Graham exited that three-day mini camp without a free-agent contract. 

The Saints invited Graham to audition for a spot on their 90-player roster. 

"I definitely love the game and want to keep doing it," Graham said.

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