Get ready for a wave of transfer news coming around college football in the coming weeks. As spring practices come to a close, some players will use the time to reflect on their positions within their current programs and some will choose to pursue other options. Arkansas tight end Will Gragg will reportedly be one of them.
According to a report from Hawgs 247, Gragg has made the decision to leave Arkansas and explore other options as a graduate transfer. As a graduate transfer, Gragg will be eligible to play with another FBS program this fall, should that be where he lands. Gragg will take with him two years of eligibility, making him a lucrative tight end option on the transfer market.
Gragg appeared in 10 games for the Razorbacks in 2017, with five receptions for 61 yards. It was his only season on the field. Gragg sat out the 2015 season as a redshirt and did not take a snap on the field in 2016.
It is not reported or known where Gragg may continue his college career, but the former four-star recruit could bring some good potential to any program in need of some depth at the tight end position.