Gragg played in all 13 games with eight starts and caught 41 passes, the third-highest total on the team, for 518 yards, which ranked fourth among the Razorbacks, and two touchdowns. His average of 3.2 receptions per game was tied for 11th in the SEC, and his average of 39.8 receiving yards per game ranked 14th in the conference. He made a career-high eight receptions for a career-high 119 yards and one touchdown in the 44-17 win vs. Mississippi State. He opened the season with four receptions for 18 yards and one touchdown in a 51-7 victory vs. Missouri State. He caught four passes for 68 yards in the 38-28 win vs. Troy and also made four receptions, totaling 31 yards, the next week at No. 3 Alabama.
Gragg made two receptions for 31 yards in a 42-38 come-from-behind victory vs. No. 14 Texas A&M. He caught three passes for 17 yards in a 38-14 win vs. No. 15 Auburn and had three catches for 39 yards in a 29-24 win at Ole Miss. He caught five passes for 62 yards in the 31-28 victory at Vanderbilt. He totaled 55 yards on three receptions in a 44-28 win vs. No. 10 South Carolina and made two receptions for 17 yards in the 49-7 win vs. Tennessee. At No. 1 LSU, he hauled in two catches for 35 yards. He ended the season with one reception for 26 yards in a 29-16 defeat of No. 11 Kansas State in the AT&T Cotton Bowl.
He appeared in all 13 games with four starts for the Razorbacks and finished the season with eight receptions for 171 yards and two touchdowns. His starts came in the season-opening 44-3 win vs. Tennessee Tech, the 38-24 win vs. Ole Miss, the 41-20 victory at No. 18 South Carolina and the 31-23 win vs. No. 6 LSU. He made his first catch of the season in Arkansas' 31-24 win at Georgia, hauling in a 57-yard touchdown on 3rd-and-1. He also made two catches for 54 yards in the Razorbacks' 49-14 win vs. Vanderbilt. He had a then-career-high four receptions for 44 yards and one touchdown in UA's 58-21 victory vs. UTEP. He made one 16-yard reception in the Allstate Sugar Bowl vs. No. 6 Ohio State.
He received a medical redshirt after suffering a dislocated left ankle during a preseason practice on August 12.
Gragg had three starts and played in all 12 games at wide receiver in 2008. His starts came against Western Illinois, Auburn and Ole Miss. He had one catch on the year for 25 yards, which came at a clutch time against ULM. The 25-yard reception on a pass from Casey Dick came on a 4th-and-1 play late in the game with the Razorbacks trailing. Following Gragg's first-down catch, Arkansas culminated the drive with the game-winning touchdown.
As a senior at Warren High School, he tallied 28 receptions for 420 yards and eight touchdowns for coach Bo Hembree. He was rated as the No. 15 overall player in the state by Rivals.com. He was ranked No. 14 overall in the state of Arkansas by the HawgSports.com Natural 21. He was rated as the No. 148 receiver in the nation by Scout.com.
Born June 30, 1990, he is the son of Kelvin and Tenita Gragg. He is majoring in sports management and was named to the Athletic Director's List for the fall of 2009. He was a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the Razorback Honor Roll in the fall of 2011.
- 2013 NFL Combine, Medical watch: Arkansas' Chris Gragg started out the 2012 season on fire, catching a combined 14 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns in the Razorbacks' first two games, but he struggled with leg injuries throughout the rest of the year. If he can prove he's healthy, the 6-3, 246-pound Gragg could earn a similar draft-day grade as his former teammate, D.J. Williams, whom the Green Bay Packers selected in the fifth round two years ago. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
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