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What Scouts Say: "Busy bee forward ... Hardest worker you'll see ... Just continues to work and often times would create goals by pressing teams into mistakes or would be a scrapper that would find a knockdown in the box ... Extremely high workload ... Soccer IQ fairly low ... Technically fairly low compared to most of the top players I've seen ... Decent athletically but not great, above average ... A worker and competitor ... Scrappy with decent size ... Didn't play some because of a quad injury and had to play for 20 minutes at a time. He's now fully healed up ... He's very, very mature and a very strong player ... Had he had a full season to show for, I think his stats would have been in his favor. His stats don't exist."
Honors and Awards
NSCAA/Continental Tire All-Midwest: 2012 (2nd Team)
All-Missouri Valley Conference: 2012 (1st Team); 2011 (Honorable Mention)
Soccer America Team of the Week: 9/14/2011
MVC Offensive Player of the Week: 9/12/2011, 9/10/2012
Dartmouth Classic All-Tournament Team: 2011
Evansville ProRehab Aces Classic All-Tournament Team: 2012
MVC Honor Roll: 2009-10
Bradley Athletic Director's Honor Roll: Fall 2009
At Bradley (2009-12)
Transferred to Bradley in 2009 after redshirting as a true freshman at SMU in 2008 ... Ended his career tied for eighth in school history with 14 career assists and ninth with 53 career shots on goal ... Scored 15 career goals and shared the team lead with seven tallies in 2012, despite missing seven games due to injury ... Enjoyed a five-game point-scoring streak that started with the game-tying goal in the first-round win against Loyola-Chicago in the 2011 NCAA Tournament and carried over to the first three games of the 2012 campaign ... Came back from a seven-game absense after injuring his thigh and scored the game winner in overtime, his sixth goal of the season, as Bradley defeated Drake 3-2 on Oct. 17, 2012 ... Led The Valley by averaging 1.23 points per game and 0.54 goals per game during the 2012 campaign.
Attended Faustina Academy, which does not sponsor a boys soccer program.
Helped the Andromeda '90 club program to the 2007 U17 national championship, as well as three Classic League titles ... Was his team's leading goal scorer in each of his last two years ... Also played with Andromeda '90 in the Dallas Cup Super Group.
First name pronounced YO - hahn ... The son of Udo and Steph Graf ... Majoring in advertising ... One of four siblings, Jochen is joined at Bradley by two sisters, Brigitte and Monique, both women's tennis student-athletes.