Jalen Graham joined the Razorback program after playing three seasons at Arizona State. Graham has two years of eligibility remaining.

In 2021-22, he was tabbed second team All-PAC-12 as he scored 287 points  – over half his career total – and dished out 50 of his 70 career assists while getting 23 of his 38 career steals … In particular, closed the season playing his best basketball … Over the final 18 games, scored in double figures 13 times and grabbed at least five rebounds 12 times … While ASU was just 14-17 for the year, Graham’s play helped the Sun Devils go 7-2 to close the season, including a one-point loss to Stanford in the PAC-12 Tournament … Overall, played in 73 career games, including 43 starts, with the Sun Devils and tallied 546 career points (7.0 avg.) with 315 career rebounds (4.4 avg.). … Additionally recorded 90 blocked shots (1.2 per game).

2021-22 (Jr. at ASU):

  • Voted second team All-PAC-12
  • Played in 29 games with 22 starts
  • Ranked second on the team in rebounding (4.6 avg.) … From Jan. 15 to Feb. 17 (11 games), led the team in rebounds seven times … Overall, led the team in boards eight times … Has five-plus rebounds in 12 of the final 18 games, including seven straight games to start the stretch
  • Had 14 games of double-figure points including 13 of the final 18 games
  • Posted a double-double in an overtime win at UCLA with 16 points and 10 rebounds while adding career-high six assists … Also played a career-high 39:36
  • Scored a career-high 19 points (9-of-14 FG) at Southern Cal
  • Led the team in both scoring (16) and rebounds (5) vs. Colorado … Duplicated the feat with 18 points and nine rebounds in a home win over Oregon
  • Had 16 points (5-6 FG and tying career highs with 6-8 FT) in the regular-season finale win over Stanford
  • Turned away a season-best four blocked shots in a home win over Cal

2020-21 (So. at ASU):

  • Played in 21 of 25 games (started in 19), missing multiple games due to mononucleosis
  • Ranked third in the PAC-12 (63rd in the NCAA) in blocked shots (1.62) … Had 34 total rejections
  • Team’s leading rebounder in seven games
  • Had nine games of double-figure points and three double-figure rebounding games
  • Had three double-doubles – at Arizona (14 pts and 11 rebs), vs. Oregon State (14 pts and 11 rebs) and vs. Washington State (11 pts and 12 rebs) – to lead the team
  • His 12 boards at Washington State marked a career high as were his six offensive rebounds
  • The 14 points at Arizona and vs. Oregon State were season highs
  • Nine of his 11 rebounds vs Oregon State were on the defensive end, which marked a career high

2019-20 (Fr. at ASU):

  • Played in 28 games, starting in two, and averaged 10.9 minutes per game
  • Shot 42-of-61 from the field (.689)
  • Had 29 blocked shots, which was the fourth-most by an ASU freshman
  • Second on the team with 34 offensive rebounds and 29 blocks
  • Started the first two games of the year with Romello White sidelined
  • Season high of 10 points in a win over Central Connecticut State
  • Seven rebounds (five offensive) in just 16 minutes in a come-from-behind win over Arizona on Jan. 25, 2020
  • Seven rebounds in win at Washington on Feb. 1 in just 16 minutes
  • Helped lead ASU to a road win over San Francisco in just his seventh game with nine points in 14 minutes
  • Season high five blocks in season opener vs. Colorado in China


  • Averaged 15.2 points, 9.2 rebounds, 4.6 blocks and 2.4 assists in 19 games
  • His scoring bests were 29 against Valley Vista and 25 points against Cesar Chavez while his high of 16 rebounds was in a win over Browne.
  • Led team to the 5A state quarterfinals