Cedar Cliff TE Adam Breneman (Class of ’13) up to 4 D-1 offers
Cedar Cliff’s Adam Breneman still has two full seasons of varsity football remaining in his career. But he’s really making a name for himself in the recruiting world.
The 6’5, 220-pound Breneman already is up to four verbal scholarship offers, according to national recruiting services Scout.com and Rivals.com. Offering programs include Boston College, Notre Dame, Rutgers and Temple, and interested parties in the Cedar Cliff junior-to-be include Cincinnati, Florida, Maryland, Michigan State, North Carolina, Penn State, Syracuse and Vanderbilt, according to Scout.
Breneman was the only Colt receiver with more than 30 catches in an aerial assault that averaged 177.1 yards per game last year. #87 snared 59 passes for 860 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 14.6 yards per catch and more than 78 receiving yards per game. He finished seven of Cedar Cliff’s 11 games with at least five catches and three games with more than 100 receiving yards. He posted a season-high nine receptions against Lampeter-Strasburg, going for 80 yards and a score in that contest, and had a season-best 161 yards and three touchdowns against Mechanicsburg.
Cedar Cliff finished 7-4 overall in 2010, falling in the opening round of the District 3 AAAA playoffs to Daniel Boone, 34-16.
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