Breneman Updates His Spartan Status

One of the top tight end targets on the Spartans 2013 recruiting board has made several visits to other programs. Can Michigan State get a visit soon from Adam Breneman? We check in with 2013 tight end about any plans he has with the Spartans.

Saturday night Camp Hill (PA) Cedar Cliff tight end Adam Breneman watched a highly visible college football game played under the lights.

No, Breneman was not in Spartan Stadium watching Mark Dantonio's team knock off Wisconsin. Instead he was visiting Notre Dame as they took on USC.

While the 6-foot-5, 220-pounder has made several visits to colleges over the past several weeks, Michigan State did not look to be on any scheduled plans for this season.

That all changed Monday night when Breneman reached out to Spartans quarterback coach Dave Warner who is recruiting him for MSU.

"I just spoke with coach Warner," said Breneman. "It had been a little while since I have spoken with him but I'll now be visiting on November 19-th for the Indiana game."

What made for the change in plans?

"My dad and I had been sitting down looking at the calendar and realized I had an open date for a potential visit day. So when I was looking I said lets go see Michigan State."

While Breneman and Warner may not have become phone buddies, he says Warner has stayed in constant contact through other means.

"We hadn't talked on the phone for a while," said Breneman. "But we've stayed in contact with Facebook and everything."

What message has Warner given the talented Breneman?

"Coach Warner told me how important the tight end is for them in their offense and how they have a big need for tight ends," Breneman continued. "He said the staff felt I could go there and compete early for playing time."

While Breneman had stated earlier he didn't see a possible visit to Michigan State until sometime next year, the change of plans is big for the Spartans as they will be battling several high profiled teams who have offered Breneman already.

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