"I'm very excited about it," Breneman said. "I visited Notre Dame in the summer, but this time my mother, brother and head coach will be coming up with me."
How many games has Breneman taken in this fall?
"I've been to Penn State for their game against Alabama," said Breneman. "I was at Rutgers for their game against Pittsburgh. I was at Virginia for their game against Southern Mississippi and Maryland's game against Miami.
While the visits are adding up, Breneman is still concentrating on his team's season.
"The season is going well as we're 5-2," he said. "Right now if we win our last three games, we'll be a top seed in the playoffs and host a playoff game."
With his high number of visits already taken and set going forward for the next month, does Breneman have a plan for reducing his recruiting attention?
"It's still too early for me," he said. "After the season I'm going to sit down with my dad and coach. I hate to say I'm narrowing things down, but I might put out a list of a few top teams catching my attention and let some programs know where they stand with me."
One thing Breneman says the Irish have done a great job with is staying in contact.
"I've been in consistent contact with Notre Dame," said Breneman. "They've been on Facebook and have sent emails and we've talked on the phone. Notre Dame sends me hand written letters all the time. In fact I just spoke with coach (Charley) Molnar and coach (Mike) Denbrock the other day on the phone."
How crazy has it gotten for the talented member of the 2013 class?
"Facebook is like recruiting central," said Breneman. "It's crazy as I get on Facebook to talk with my friends and I'll have like 15 messages from college coaches."
IrishEyes.com will be checking back with Breneman to recap his official visit with the Irish.