"I'm up to four FBS offers right now and two FCS as well," Gragg told JCFootball.com recently. "My FBS offers are from Miami (OH), UAB , Georgia State and I have a preferred walk-on to Kansas as well.
"Kansas is actually waiting to see if there might be a transfer after spring ball and if that happens, then they said the scholarship will be mine.
While playing both safety spots for the Olympians last season, Gragg posted 68 tackles, four interceptions and five pass breakups.
"I think I'm much more aggressive then your regular cover safety," Gragg noted. "I can fluctuate from 198 to 205 pounds and still feel healthy, so wherever I am needed is where I can play. I feel equally comfortable in the box and covering in the secondary."
Gragg took a circuitous route to playing for Mesa last season.
As a freshman in 2014, Gragg was a regular student (non-athlete) at San Diego State, but missed the game so he headed to Wyoming to play, but a death in the family resulted in him leaving school to take care of family and play ball closer to home.
Gragg is set to finish up his associate's degree in May and he will have two years to play two starting this fall.