Caragein making Big Ten rounds

By the end of the week Pittsburgh (Pa.) Keystone Oaks defensive end Myles Caragein will have been to football camps at three Big Ten schools.
"I went to Penn State's camp on Sunday," Caragein said. "It was a three day camp, but I just went for one day. It went real well. I liked the coaches and the drills.
"Coach (Larry) Johnson said I had a great day. He wants to see film."
Next up is a trip to Ann Arbor followed by Columbus.
"I'm going to Michigan's camp Wednesday for a day, then Ohio State on Friday," Caragein said. "That will be all the camps I do."
In addition to the camps, Caragein will make a number of other visits.
"I've set up unofficial visits to North Carolina State, North Carolina, Northwestern and Purdue," he said. "Then I'm looking at Pitt, Iowa, Clemson, Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan."
Caragein said he has scholarship offers from all but the last three schools he mentioned.
"I don't have a favorite right now," he said. "I'll try to decide (on a college) before the season, but if I don't feel comfortable, I'll wait."
Caragein will be in Columbus for the second time on Friday. He attended the NIKE Football Training Camp at Ohio State in early May.
"I like how things are spread out there, but it's not too big," Caragein said. "I like the college atmosphere there."
The 6-foot-1 and 258-pound Caragein made 68 tackles including eight sacks during his junior season. He had 14 tackles for losses.