TE Will Gragg
Will Gragg, a 4-star recruit, is not just the Razorbacks' top target at tight end, but perhaps on the entire board. It's pretty safe to call him a must-get for Bielema and the Hogs.
The reasons for that are obvious, but just in case you're not familiar with those reasons, I'll lay them out for you.
Gragg is rated the No. 162 player nationally and the No. 7 tight end. More importantly, he is the No. 2 player in the Natural State, and if you want to build a program, you must get the best your state has to offer. The Hogs' top competitor for his services is none other than the Alabama Crimson Tide, who have made themselves known in Arkansas' borders over the past few years.
The Razorbacks can't afford to lose another top in-state recruit to Alabama, especially because he is the younger brother of former Hog tight end standout Chris Gragg.
He is a physical specimen with big-play ability. Gragg has a great frame, and at 6'4", 245 pounds with good speed, he is a matchup nightmare for defenders covering him. He's not the best blocker, but that's also not his game. Of course he'll get better at it, but he's a playmaker, not a blocking tight end.
Gragg is set to make his decision on Nov. 18. As of now, his top schools include Alabama, Ole Miss, Texas and the Hogs, according to his profile on 247Sports, but he also tweeted out a top five of Arkansas, Alabama, Ole Miss, Louisville and LSU in early February.
The good news is, his Crystal Ball Predictions have 67 percent of the experts betting he'll call the Hogs. Recruiting is a crazy game, though, so the Razorbacks still have a lot of work to do.