Graham Stewart

UConn Huskies #2 - Linebacker

  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 227
  • Seasons: JR

UConn Football Prediction Roundtable


As we get ready to kick off the most highly-anticipated UConn Football season in years, our staff got together to make a few predictions for the upcoming season.

Potential Breakout Players For UConn Football


A comprehensive list of UConn Football players who could make a name for themselves in the 2016 season.

UConn Football Undrafted Free Agent Pickups


None of UConn's NFL hopefuls heard their names called in this weekend's NFL Draft, but five will have a shot in camp with teams across the league.

UConn's finally improving. Now to score points!

In his second year as UConn head coach, Bob Diaco engineered massive defensive improvement and brought the Huskies to their first bowl in 5 years. Now comes the next test: making a habitually bad...

UConn NFL Draft Preview


None of UConn Football's prospects are guaranteed to hear their names called in this weekend's NFL Draft, but a few could.

UConn Football Post-Season Awards


After a historic season, Jamar Summers was nominated for the SB Nation All-American team. Tim decided to highlight a few more standouts from this past season.

UConn Football Recruiting Update


With the season over, a look at the shape of the Huskies recruiting class.

VIDEO: UConn Seniors A Deserving, Resilient Group


For the first time since the 2011 Fiesta Bowl, a UConn Football senior class is finishing its college career with a bowl game.

Five Questions For Aman Kidwai of The UConn Blog


Here's your chance to learn more about the Huskies, who Tulane plays on Saturday.

Hot Takes Tuesday: Cincinnati, Shirreffs, and WRs


After a big loss to Cincinnati, there are some Hot Sports Takes to be had regarding the UConn football team.

Q&A With The UConn Blog: Rivalry or Nah?


Aman Kidwai from The UConn Blog was kind enough to field a few questions about what Navy fans can expect to see tomorrow in East Hartford.

Can UConn's Defense Test Navy?


Navy usually has the element of surprise going for it against most opponents, but UConn is as well-prepared for the triple-option as a team can possibly be heading into Saturday's contest.