Iorfa and Graham are two of the most talented youngsters currently at Molineux, and both have impressed during their time in the first team this season.
And Jackett has suggested that he has high hopes for both the prospects, having seen their progression so far.
“Dominic Iorfa for example, his confidence level is coming, a year into the team and you can see him improving," he said.
“I think Jordan Graham has made a good start to his Wolves career, it’ll be interesting as to whether he can regularly handle Championship football, and hopefully his personality grows.”
Iorfa has been around the Wolves first season for two seasons now, and his good form has not gone unnoticed.
The 20-year-old has been capped by England at youth level, and he has coped well with every challenge that has been thrown at him in his career so far.
Graham’s emergence this season has been more unexpected, though.
The midfielder moved to Oxford United at the start of the campaign, but his displays down in League Two encouraged Jackett to give him a run at Molineux.
Graham made his debut for Wolves against Ipswich Town, and kept his place for the Midland outfit's latest fixture against Milton Keynes Dons, and it seems that he will be handed more first team action as the season progresses.