Dawgs go into Pennsylvania

When Georgia sends a coach into Pennsylvania late in January, it is for a good reason. They have someone they like a lot up there in 2013 and they offered him a scholarship on Wednesday.

"Coach [John] Lilly came up today (Wednesday) and he could not really say much because of NCAA rules, so I called him tonight to talk to him," Adam Breneman told Scout Wednesday night.

"When I called him, he offered me a scholarship. I thought they might be offering me since they came up to see me during the day, but I wasn't completely sure.

"I really like the way Georgia did offer me though. He followed the rules and I think that says a lot about him and the class Georgia has as a program."

The 6-foot-5, 220 pound junior tight end out of Camp Hill (PA) Cedar Cliff liked what Lilly told him about the Dawgs.

"I haven't seen a lot of Georgia, but Coach Lilly told me they like to feature their tight ends, and that he thinks I could be a tradition guy, and a flex guy. He talked about how they would put me into position creating mismatches to make plays. I know Georgia has a great football program and a very successful one, so this is a nice offer."

The UGA offer puts Breneman around two dozen total. He is still open to everyone.

"I am wide open and listening to all schools that want to talk to me," the four-star tight end said. "I can definitely see myself visiting Georgia in the future depending on how things go. I will probably start to narrow my list in the spring and go from there."

Breneman had a great junior season. In 12 games, he had 72 receptions for 1,120 yard and 12 touchdowns.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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