Gragg was poised for a big senior season in 2012, but like the rest of the Arkansas offense, it was a forgettable season. He spent more time on the sidelines this past year than on the field, struggling with a leg injury and finishing with just 22 receptions. He is a reliable pass catcher, but is more of a wide receiver/tight end hybrid, lacking an ideal frame for the tight end position. Gragg's durability is a strong question mark, but when healthy, he projects as a move-tight end in the NFL.
Weaknesses: Lacks ideal frame for the position and needs to continue to add bulk. Still needs a lot of work as a route-runner and didn't excel on routes that weren't shallow crossing patterns. Has had some costly drops and appears to have streaky focus and confidence at times. Needs to eliminate the mental errors, something his coaches have pointed out. Struggles to sustain blocks and needs to develop his technique in this area to compensate for his leaner build. Durability is a strong concern after missing most of his senior season with a leg injury and a history of several other medical issues.
Compares To: Lance Kendricks, TE, St. Louis Rams