Pine Bluff junior tight end Will Gragg has announced a leader, but it might not be the one most were expecting.
Gragg (6-3, 240) was asked Thursday to confirm a report that Ole Miss had assumed the frontrunner's status over both Arkansas and Alabama.
"Yes sir," Gragg said. "They're my leader."
Gragg, the brother of former Razorback tight Chris Gragg, got an offer from Arkansas before he entered the ninth grade.
He picked up both Ole Miss and Alabama offers in early June after camp performances at the two schools.
He was very impressed with Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze and his coaching staff.
"I really liked their coaching staff and I really feel a good connection with them," Gragg said. "Oxford is also a pretty place and I felt very comfortable in Oxford."
Gragg then followed those two treks up with a visit to Fayetteville to continue to get to know the new Arkansas staff.
"I had already met most of the coaches and we are just building on the relationship that we already have, which is a good one," Gragg said. "I love everyone of these coaches and I got better every day I was here."
Gragg Has Leader
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