High Entropy Alloys (HEAs) are identified candidates for nuclear applications owing to their superb mechanical and thermal properties. In line with evaluating their candidacy, a challenge remains in their validity as structural replacements for extreme environments. Each compositional graded specimen consists up to four different compositions spanning the fueled zone for non-prototypical neutron irradiation testing in the Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). We have fabricated a set of four compositionally graded specimens using spark plasma sintering that include at least five of the following elements: Cr, C, Al, Zr, Mo, Nb, Ta, V, Ti, W, and Fe. In time for this meeting the role of temperature expected to play a role in-pile cladding chemical interactions (FCCI), mechanical interactions (FCMI), irradiation damage, creep, and resistance will be reported. The irradiated portion has a scheduled irradiation date in April 2020 and with post irradiation examination (PIE) to follow.