Stephen is an oversized guard and is extremely athletic. He is a natural shooting guard, but has the ball-handling skills to play the point-guard position. Stephen runs the floor well, and finishes with ease. His defense is a little suspect, which is the only obstacle that can keep him off the court. He saw limited action last season, playing behind NBA first-round draft pick Tony Allen. A possible starting scenario could see Stephen on the court as the wing guard along with Lucas and Bobik on the perimeter, and McFarlin and Joey Graham in the frontcourt.
2003-04 (Junior): Stephen started his OSU career out in style, scoring 12 points in 12 minutes against Northwestern State in the first game of the season. He was 5-of-7 from the floor, and also had two rebounds and two assists in that game. He equaled his 12 points in 16 minutes against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, a game in which he connected on all four attempts from the floor, including a three-pointer. He was also 3-of-4 from the line and had two assists. Stephen tied his career high with five assists against Samford on Dec. 30, a game in which he also had a season-high seven rebounds. He played in 34-of-35 contests, missing only the Texas game in Stillwater on March 1. Stephen shot 50 percent from the floor for the season. He was named first-team Academic All-Big 12 for his efforts in the classroom.
2002-03 (Redshirt): Stephen redshirted his junior season after transferring to Oklahoma State from Central Florida.
2001-02 (Sophomore): Stephen started every game his sophomore year, averaging 12 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.8 assists per contest in 29 games. He also recorded 80 assists and 34 steals for the season. Stephen connected on 82-of-104 shots from the free-throw line, good for an 80.4 percent average. He finished with 20 double-figure scoring games, including eight straight from Jan. 17 until Feb. 9. Stephen also had three 20-point games, including a career-high 22 at Belmont. He recorded 16 points and 14 rebounds at Stetson for his first-career double-double, and dished out five assists on three different occasions. Stephen hit 4-of-7 three-point attempts vs. Troy State and 4-of-5 from beyond the arc vs. Mercer. He also connected on 8-of-9 free throws at Stetson. Stephen finished with 431 career points, an average of 8.3 per contest.
2000-01 (Freshman): Stephen scored 12 points, including a 3-for-3 outing from outside, vs. Troy State in the Atlantic Sun Tournament. He recorded a season-high 14 points and had five rebounds in 23 minutes of action vs. Florida Atlantic. He finished with three double-figure scoring games his freshman season, and finished the year averaging 3.6 points on 40.6 percent shooting, inlcuding 13-of-29 (44.8 percent) from beyond the arc.
High School: Stephen lettered four years for coach Mark Herman at Brandon High School, and was team captain his senior year. He averaged 16 points, eight rebounds and six assists per game his senior season. Stephen and his brother led Brandon to the state finals their senior season, and he was named to Hillsborough Countys All-Conference team his junior year and to the All-State team his senior season. Stephen played in the AAUs Junior Olympics National Game and was named an All-American. He was a member of Tampas championship AAU Sunshine State Games team, as well as Nikes traveling Florida team. Stephen was also recruited by South Florida, Richmond, Florida State and Florida.
Personal: Born June 11, 1982, in Wilmington, Del., Stephen is the son of Joseph and Rose Graham. He has an older brother, Brian, and a twin brother, Joey, also a member of the Cowboy basketball squad. Stephen enjoys reading the bible, talking to his parents, hanging out with friends and listening to music in his spare time. He earned his degree in aviation management from Oklahoma State last July, and is will work on his masters degree this upcoming year. He is logging hours to receive his pilots license.
Points: 22 at Belmont (01/26/02)*
Rebounds: 14 at Stetson (02/21/02)*
Assists: 5 on four occasions, last time, vs. Samford (12/30/03)
Steals: 4 at Georgia State (02/07/02)*
Blocks: 1 on 11 occasions, last time, vs. Colorado (01/21/04)
Field Goals: 10 at Belmont (01/26/02)*
3-Point FGs: 4 vs. Mercer (02/02/02)*; 4 vs. Belmont (01/17/02)*
FTs: 8 at Stetson (02/21/02)*
* at Central Florida