Monday started the next chapter in his football career.
"We just finished up Day One going from 6:15 this morning until 4:30 this afternoon," Breneman said. "We started today with our first official practice and then our first game is Sept. 2. We have two-a-days this week and then four two days next week and then we start school."
One place the 6-foot-5, 220-pound Breneman is hoping to visit this fall is Notre Dame.
"I'll definitely be at a game in the fall at Notre Dame," Breneman said. "I think it's going to be the USC game if everything workouts. However, it's hard playing on Friday nights and then going to a game on a Saturday."
With college coaches getting ready for this upcoming season, Breneman has not looked to bother them with his recruitment.
"Right now it's hard for a lot of contact to be made unless it's made by me," said Breneman. " I've talked with coach (Ed) Warinner a couple of times as he's the one who offered me, but I know they are busy."
One thing that still amazes Breneman is the amount of attention he's received.
"It's kind of surprised me how fast the recruiting process took off," said Breneman. "It seems like just a half a year ago I was dreaming of having all these offers and now its reality. So I'm really looking forward to going out this fall and proving all the offers right."
The past few months have seen Breneman and his family make several college visits. One reason for the unofficial visits is the fact he'd like to end his recruitment early.
"I was at Notre Dame one time with my dad and it was a great trip," Breneman said. "Everything was top notch at Notre Dame.
"I've been to Alabama, Maryland, Virginia, Rutgers and others, and every place I've been to I liked. After the season I'm going to try and narrow things down as I would really like to make a decision before my senior season. It will just come down to when I know where I want to play."
IrishEyes.com will continue to stay in contact with Breneman in the coming months and prior to his next campus visit.