2013 PA tight end has four offers
Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff tight end Adam Breneman appears to be one of the top sophomore prospects in the state of Pennsylvania.
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound prospect plays wide receiver for Cedar Cliff but projects as a tight end in college.
Breneman has great ball skills and the ability to put a lot of pressure on a defense in the vertical passing game. As he continues to fill out and add muscle mass he will become an even more appealing prospect.
Boston College, Notre Dame, Rutgers and Temple have all verbally offered Breneman.
"Boston College was my first (offer)," he said early this week. "I got that on a visit. It was my first visit, back in the middle of April. All the other offers have been in May.
"Schools have just seen my highlight tape and that's basically what happened. There's been a lot of schools coming through the school. Pitt came through the other day to see me work out. A lot of schools are saying they still have to do a little more evaluating 2013 kids."
Breneman believes North Carolina, Pitt, Syracuse and Florida could be close to offering as they have been showing interest lately.
So far Breneman has visited BC, as he mentioned, and Rutgers.
"A week after I went to Boston College I was at Rutgers. They both went very well. I got to meet with all the coaches and see how their programs are. This summer after May is over I'm planning on looking at some camps."
This race appears to be wide open.
"I still have a long time to narrow things down," he noted. "Every school I've heard from so far is great."