"It was a nice visit," he said. "I met with all of the new coaching staff. I talked with the tight ends coach and I got into meetings and was able to see things in addition to watching practice. It was a good overall visit."
Gragg, who will be a junior this fall at Pine Bluff High School, is familiar with several members of the Auburn coaching staff, particularly Tim Horton, who is AU's running backs coach and a former running backs coach and recruiting coordinator for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
"My brother, Chris Gragg, just recently graduated from Arkansas so I knew Coach Horton and he had already offered me when he was at Arkansas," the tight end said. "I knew Coach Malzahn with his history at Arkansas State.
Currently, the young tight end has just one offer, but he believes the Tigers are interested and he said he has interest in Auburn.
"I like the up-tempo style of practice and the way the coaches get into the practice," Gragg said. "You can tell they love up-tempo, physical football. It was nice.
"I liked they way they treated us and the overall feel of the football complex," he added. "I like the style of football."