Breneman ready to start with visits

Adam Breneman has a busy visit schedule mapped out for this fall.
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound tight end from the Class of 2013 is one of the nation's most coveted prospects at his position and his schedule will keep him very busy this fall, especially when coupled with his own high school schedule.
"I'm going to the Maryland-Miami game tomorrow," Breneman said on Sunday morning. "Then I know I'm going to Penn State next weekend.

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"I know I'm going to Notre Dame for a game but I'm not sure which one. I'm going to Virginia for a game and Rutgers for a game. Depending on how things go I could maybe go to one more."
Breneman's team won their first game of the season 45-14 on Friday. The starters played just two quarters but Breneman still put in good work.
He had five receptions for 157 yards but didn't find the endzone.
"I caught one with one foot in the back of the endzone but the ref said I was out of bounds. Of course, I thought I was in," he laughed.
On September 1 the contact period opened up and Breneman said he heard from Florida, Nebraska, Arkansas, Purdue, Miami and Oregon.
"A bunch of schools are just starting to talk to me," he noted. "Hopefully I'll start to rack up some more offers here soon."
The Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff tight end is already at double digit offers.