After having a sensational season, top junior tight end Adam Breneman, from Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff, is attracting big time offers from across the country.
"I've got upwards of 15 offers but the ones that are showing me the most attention are Maryland, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Virginia, Penn State, Rutgers, South Carolina, Michigan and Michigan State."
Breneman, however, was reluctant to name some of his favorites.
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"I'm completely open to the process," said Breneman. "It's tough for me to put one school over another. I'll do that closer to decision time."
When trying to decide which school to choose, there are a few things that Breneman is looking for.
"I want to play in an offense that will allow me to be a big receiving threat," Breneman explained. "My relationship with the coaching staff is very important. I have the best relationship with the coaches at Maryland, Pittsburgh and Rutgers."
With the increased attention Breneman is drawing, he counts on his parents for guidance and support.
"This process can be very stressful and hectic," said Breneman. "My parents do a great job of handling some of this for me. I know that they would like me to stay closer to home so they can come see me. Overall, I know they'll support me wherever I choose to go."
In the coming months Breneman is likely to receive more offers, but he has his eye on a few schools in particular.
"I've been in contact with schools like Florida and Auburn but I'd like to hear from more SEC schools," said Breneman, who has received recent SEC offers from Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
As far as visits go, Breneman has already been to several schools, but there's one that sticks out in his mind.
"The Penn State game when they played Nebraska was very memorable for me," Breneman said. "The atmosphere there on that day was just incredible with everything that has been going on."
Last year, Breneman broke his own school record that he set the previous year with 72 receptions for 1120 yards and 12 touchdowns in 12 games.