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  • #1 by Peter Porker on 06 Jun 2018
  • Pitt.
  • #2 by #1 STUNNA on 06 Jun 2018
  • great young man from a great family. Figured he was gonna go with Louisville.
  • #3 by Boarcephus on 06 Jun 2018
  • Wonder why Pitt but wish him the best nonetheless.  Still like what his dad said about Arkansas kids going to the UofA.  Paraphrasing here, but as long as you keep your nose clean and stay out of trouble, play hard, graduate the companies of the state will take care of you after your football career is over. 
  • #4 by FutureMan on 06 Jun 2018
  • All the best Will.  Thanks for being a Hog and being a good man.  Good luck at Pitt.
  • #5 by Cure on 06 Jun 2018
  • Wonder why Pitt but wish him the best nonetheless.  Still like what his dad said about Arkansas kids going to the UofA.  Paraphrasing here, but as long as you keep your nose clean and stay out of trouble, play hard, graduate the companies of the state will take care of you after your football career is over. 
    Check their TE depth chart, they needed one in the worst way.
  • #6 by RyanMallettsEgo on 06 Jun 2018
  • He must've really enjoyed Ricky Town throwin' him the ball in practice.
  • #7 by bphi11ips on 06 Jun 2018
  • The grad transfer rule is a good deal all the way around.  It rewards players who redshirt and graduate on time and gives them an opportunity to pursue graduate degrees on scholarship on a team where they have greater opportunity for playing time.  We'll miss Will Gragg because he is a really good player, but he was part of a deep group at TE and his transfer opens up a scholarship.  Win-win-win.
  • #8 by LAHogfan123 on 18 Jun 2018
  • Wish him the best, comes from a good family.
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