Kranda has three camps in mind

With offers from three MAC schools Adam Kranda isn't exactly what you would call a sleeper, but he's not satisfied either.
Kranda has at least three camps in mind that he will be attending this summer.
"I'm going to Notre Dame, Purdue and Indiana this June for camps," Kranda explained. "They've all been at the school recently and they're showing interest."

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Kranda added that he might try to make it to camps at Ohio State and Cincinnati but he hasn't formalized those plans yet.
With offers from Ball State, Central Michigan and Northern Illinois, Kranda is doing pretty well for himself.
The 6-foot-6, 240-pound prospect from New Castle (Ind.) Chrysler is being recruited mostly as a tight end by the schools that have offered. He will work out as a defensive end at Notre Dame's camp, however.
Does any school have the edge for Kranda?
"Well, I've had the most contact with Northern Illinois, probably," he said. "But all the schools are about even. I'm just waiting to see what happens this summer."
Kranda estimated that he caught about 25 passes for around 500 yards and six touchdowns last year.