In the team race, I think it will be between North Central, Haverford and Calvin. North Central will probably be the favorite again, as they return 5 of their top 7, including two all-americans from cross, plus Kerley who was 5th in the 10k. They also are super deep every year (they return 8 guys who have run sub-15) so chances are they will put seven guys on the starting line with a shot at all-american or at least top 50.
Haverford returns only three from the winning team last year, but two were all-american in cross and the other got 3rd in the 1500. They also have great depth with a handful of other guys who have run sub-15 or sub-31, so they should definitely be up there.
Calvin returns 5 of their top 6 from their 8th place finish, including Kramer who will probably have a shot at the individual title and should definitely be a top 10 guy. Among their other returners they've got two guys who qualified for nationals in the 10k and a 9:16 steepler, so that makes for a pretty legit returning four. They dont seem to have the same depth as Haverford or North Central and they might have fifth man troubles, but they are historically a really good program so there's a decent chance someone will come out of the woodwork.
There are a couple other teams that could be fighting for a podium spot and could potentially surprise and do even better. Dickinson just missed the podium last year and returns three guys who finished in the top 62, and I think they have a few others who have run well in track. UW-Oshkosh returns their top 6 (they got 11th last year) including Stymiest, who was 7th last year. On paper St. Lawrence could be quite good as they return a few all-americans and got 3rd last year, but I have seen nothing from their guys in track and I'm not sure how much depth they have. Stevens Point, Geneseo and WashU also return a few good guys, but again don't have the same depth. Williams had an off year last year and got 18th, but they return everyone and are a pretty good program so I wouldnt be surprised to see them up there.