Adam Breneman is one of the top rising junior tight ends in the entire country so to say he's in high demand would be an understatement.
Coaches have been pushing for the Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff prospect to visit and Breneman will be on the road a lot this fall, watching some of the most hyped games of the college football season.
"This fall I'll be at a game almost every week," Breneman said. "I'll be at games at Notre Dame, Alabama, Penn State, Maryland, Virginia, Boston College, Rutgers and I think that's it," he said.
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Breneman will be at Notre Dame's game against USC, Penn State's games against Nebraska and Alabama, Maryland's game against Miami, Virginia's game against Georgia Tech and Rutgers' home contest against Pitt.
"In early August I'll be going to practices at Penn State and Maryland," he continued. "I've already been out to both schools before. I keep in touch with Coach (Mike) McQueary from Penn State and Coach Dunn from Maryland probably once a week."
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound prospect figures to be ranked among the nation's top tight ends and the top overall prospects in Pennsylvania in next year's class.