DUMAS - Tight end Will Gragg – a Dumas standout thought to have hauled in more scholarship offers than anybody in Arkansas prep football history – has decided his best course of action is stay home and play his college football.
Gragg (6-4, 245), the brother of former Razorback tight end and current Buffalo Bill tight end Chris Gragg, committed to Arkansas Tuesday morning – his birthday - on a live video stream on ESPN.com.
The four-star prospect – according to Scout.com – chose to pledge to the Razorbacks over a final group of schools that also included Alabama, Ole Miss, Texas, Mississippi State and LSU.
Gragg and his friend K.J. Hill - the North Little Rock wideout who committed to Arkansas last month – will both still take all five of their official visits, but have also been very public in recruiting other players to the Razorback program.
Arkansas now has 14 pledges – including a trio of the nation's best tight end pledges in Gragg, Fayetteville's C.J. O'Grady and Roland, Okla., star Austin Cantrell.
Gragg Commits to Arkansas
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