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Junior TE monitoring the situation

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Junior tight end Adam Breneman is one of Penn State's most highly regarded prospects from the Class of 2013 and he's monitoring the developing situation at the school.
Breneman appeared to be taken aback by recent revelations at Penn State, but he's not ruling the Lions out yet.
"Living a couple of hours away with all the Penn State fans around you hear a lot about all of it right now," he said of the situation regarding the Lions former defensive coordinator.
"It's definitely disgusting to think about but right now it has all been allegations. Nothing is final yet so I'm not letting it affect me too much. Once decisions are made and more information is given to me and the rest of the public I'll be able to think more about it."
Breneman is still planning on taking a trip to Penn State this weekend for the school's home game.
He was at another in-state school this past weekend.
"I was at Pitt last weekend for their game against Cincinnati," he recalled.
"It was a good trip, a great trip. It was the first time I was able to meet the whole coaching staff and my first time at Heinz Field and on the Pitt campus. I was very impressed."
He will visit another Big Ten school after that.
"I'll be at Michigan State in two weeks for their game against Indiana," he said. "Michigan State is a school that has offered me. Coach Warner was at my school in the spring to see me and that's a school I've kept in pretty constant contact with over the past few months. We looked at games and decided to check out Michigan State because I haven't been there yet. I'm looking forward to it."
Breneman and his Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff teammates just finished the regular season last week, posting an 8-2 record on the year. Their first round playoff contest is this Friday evening.
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