Ohio WR has MAC offers

Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic receiver Dane Sanzenbacher was one of the many kids that looked good at the recent NIKE Training Camp in Columbus, Ohio. The 6-foot, 190-pound receiver clocked a 4.6-second time in the 40-yard dash and had a 4.2-second time in the shuttle. He also reports he has three offers already on the table from MAC schools.
"I have offers from Toledo, Ball State and Kent," he said. "The Toledo offer is nice, because I know a lot about the school because I've lived around it. I haven't decided if I want to stay around here or go away. It's close to home and my family can watch me. They've supported me all through my career.
"Ball State is actually recruiting me the heaviest. I like the level of interest they are showing. I am going on the Ted Ginn Tour this summer from June 9 through June 20, so I will get to see them when I'm with them. I haven't heard much from Kent after the offer. I just heard about the offer and that's about it. I ran into them at the NIKE Camp, but that's about it."
Ohio University, Michigan State and Purdue are other schools showing him interest. He said the Bobcats are the closest in that group to say they are going to offer. He also mentions he likes Notre Dame and Michigan, but neither are showing him a lot of interest at this point in time.
But he's going to work hard this summer and try to impress as many coaches he can. He then hopes that carries over to the field next fall.
"I want to try to repeat what we did last year, and get back to Massillon to win the state championship," Sanzenbacher said.