As if things weren't going well enough for Adam Breneman he just added another offer this week.
The Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff tight end from the Class of 2013 had offers from a host of schools all over the country heading into this week, including Alabama, Florida State, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Virginia and a host of others.
He's already visited most of those schools and now there's another he hopes to get out to.
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"I was offered by Purdue," Breneman reported on Thursday.
Purdue is the third Big Ten school, after the Wolverines and Spartans, to verbally offer Breneman, who is widely regarded as one of the top tight ends in the current class of juniors.
At 6-foot-5 and 220-pounds Breneman has good pass catching skills and has a frame that will allow him to grow into a much bigger player.
"I talked to Coach Hope yesterday," he continued. "I don't know much about the program yet."
If Breneman is to visit with the Boilermakers it might not be this fall. He already has a busy schedule filled with visits lined up.