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ASU men's basketball lands Buffalo transfer Torian Graham

The former Houston signee rejoins Bobby Hurley in Tempe

Bobby Hurley press conference
Michael Crow, Bobby Hurley, and Ray Anderson after a press conference on April 10, 2015. Bobby Hurley has officially been officially announced as ASU's mens basketball coach.

Buffalo transfer and former Houston signee Torian Graham has signed with ASU men's basketball, according to multiple media reports.

Graham, who was originally recruited by Herb Sendek's staff at ASU out of high school, was the No. 12-ranked shooting guard in the country and a four-star prospect by Rivals out of Christian Faith Center Academy in Durham, North Carolina in 2012. He went to Chipola Junior College in Florida before making the move to the Division I level.

From there he signed with Houston, ultimately transferring for "personal reasons" to Buffalo in December. He has not played a single game at the Division I level.

Graham is the second Buffalo transfer secured by new ASU coach Bobby Hurley this offseason, in addition to signing former Buffalo commit Maurice O'Field.

Both Graham and guard Shannon Evans, who were with Hurley at Buffalo, have come to Tempe.

Hurley has now signed five players for the class of 2015, signing Graham, Evans, O'Field, JUCO forward Obinna Oleka and Sendek holdover Andre Spight.

Reach the reporter at fardaya@asu.edu or follow @fardaya15 on Twitter.

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