Adam Breneman has helped his Cedar Cliff team to an 8-2 record. This Friday, the Colts host Exeter in its opening playoff game. Through ten games, Breneman had 53 catches for 842 yards and eight touchdowns, an average of 15.8 yards a catch.
Breneman has been to several college football games this fall, and continues to add to his offer sheet. He was initially planning for some down time away from football, but does plan to squeeze in a couple more visits before the college football regular season ends.
"I was planning on taking some time away from football (recruiting)," Breneman said. "I have some open weekends, but we decided I'm going back to Penn State, since it's right close by, for the Nebraska game. Then, I'm going to travel to Michigan State for their game against Indiana. Those will be my last two trips (of the fall)."
The idea isn't to make a decision now, but to absorb all the unofficial visits that he has taken this fall—including a couple trips to Maryland for the opener with Miami and last week's home game to Boston College.
Despite the weather, and the loss, Breneman says the Terps are definitely a school to consider.
"I was at Maryland, the game against BC," Breneman said. "I know it didn't go so well for them, but I really like the coaches, especially (tight ends) coach (John) Dunn and (head) coach (Randy) Edsall. I like their offense. I think they have some different ways to get the ball to the tight end. They're very impressive."
In fact, going to check on a school—even if it was snowy conditions as it was at Maryland last week—Breneman says that's the whole reason he's taken several unofficial visits. It helps him all the more as he gets closer to making a decision.
"That's the reason I'm going out and seeing some of these schools," Breneman said. "I'm looking to develop relationships with some of these schools that will help me as I get closer to my decision."
Breneman also has a time frame, in terms of when he'd like to make a decision.
"I don't want to drag my decision into my senior year," Breneman said. "I definitely would like to do it in the summer, before my senior season starts."