More visits planned for Breneman

2013 tight end Adam Breneman of Camp Hill (Pa.) Cedar Cliff has positioned himself as one of the top tight end recruits in the country for his class. With this, he has stayed busy with several visits and one summer camp. He has also scheduled a few visits in August and plans to attend several games this fall.
"After spring recruiting ended, things slowed down a little bit," said Breneman. "I did recently pick up an offer from Michigan State. I really have just been going on some visits and camps. I'm excited for September 1st to see if any new schools jump in the picture."
Breneman, 6-foot-5 and 220-pounds, took visits to Alabama, Notre Dame, Maryland and Virginia in June, and also attended a summer camp at Penn State.

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"The Penn State camp went great," said Breneman. "I was able to workout with some of the coaches and after the camp my dad and I sat down with some of the coaches and just talked about where we stand with each other. I wasn't officially offered, but I'm very confident that I'll get an offer pretty soon."
While Penn State has yet to offer, Breneman does already have offers from Alabama, Maryland, Michigan, Boston College, Rutgers, Notre Dame, Virginia and Temple. Aside from Penn State, he also claims serious interest from Florida and Pittsburgh.
Up next for Brenenam are a few visits in August and then attending several games this fall.
"I'm going to Penn State, Rutgers and Maryland in early August and then I'll be going to a bunch of games in the fall," said Breneman. "Games at Notre Dame, Alabama, Penn State, Maryland, Virginia, Rutgers and BC are all definites. Some more could be added in there."
Keeping a busy schedule as he has, Breneman discussed what he looks for during each of these visits.
"I'm looking forward to learning a little bit more about each program and start getting a feel for which programs are the right fit for me," said Breneman. "I would really like to start narrowing things down after this season, and then make a decision before my senior football season."
Finally, Breneman discussed his preparation for his upcoming junior season.
"It's going very well," he said. "I've been working out, getting bigger, faster and stronger. As a team we have participated in some 7-on-7's and I'm excited about our team this year. Overall, I just keep working hard to get better everyday."