The small forward told Scout.com that his first trip is to Arkansas, Sept. 22. After that he visits Notre Dame the next weekend. He's looking at South Florida, La.-Lafayette and Colorado State as well. Last year, he averaged 21 points a game.
"I'm a 3 but they say that with my shot I could be a two guard," Gradnigo said of his college prospects.
The big decision for him is literally stay or go? Stay home at a local school or venture out of town. "I really don't know (about a leader) because I haven't made up my mind if I'd like to go far or stay close to home."
As for being under the radar, Gradnigo isn't concerned. "I'm not worried about it. Eventually I'll get mine. It just inspires me to work harder."