Dumas (Ark.) 2015 tight end Will Gragg is in Oregon this week for Nike's The Opening, but that did not stop him from breaking some news Monday evening.
Top 6 Game. ?? pic.twitter.com/D3J0GoBheX— Spook (@W_Gragg7) July 7, 2014
Only a week ago, Gragg told Scout.com's Yancy Porter that he has already scheduled four official visits, all of which are to schools that made Gragg's cut to six.
At 6-foot-4 and almost 250 pounds, Gragg is rated as a four-star tight end prospect by Scout, which ranks him fifth nationally at his position and 143rd overall for the 2015 class. Gragg is 1 of 6 tight ends at The Opening, joining Clear Lake (Texas) prospect Jordan Davis, LaGrange (Ohio) LaGrange-Keystone's C.J. Conrad, Las Vegas Bishop Gorman's Alize Jones, Columbia (Tenn.) Central's Jackson Harris, and Tampa (Fla.) Wharton's Auden Tate.
Gragg will play his senior year at Dumas High School after moving from Pine Bluff. Gragg's father recently became superintendent at Dumas.
As a junior in 2013 for Pine Bluff, Gragg helped the Zebras reach Arkansas' Class 6A state championship game, where they lost to El Dorado.