Adam Breneman Highlights: No. 1 TE in Class of '13, Full Ride Can't Miss Recruit

Full Ride@BR_FullRideB/R VideoFebruary 21, 2012

Adam Breneman is the most sought after tight end in the Class of 2013.  

He boasts over 30 scholarship offers, including Ohio State, Penn State, Alabama, Michigan State, Stanford, Florida, Florida State, Notre Dame, Auburn and South Carolina.

The 6'5", 220-pound tight end from Cedar Cliffs High School in Camp Hill, Penn., caught 72 passes for 1,120 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2012, earning a second-straight All-State team selection.

Breneman talks to Full Ride about his trip to Tuscaloosa to meet Alabama head coach Nick Saban and defensive coordinator Kirby Smart, revealing how Saban and the coaching staff would use him if he ends up donning the crimson in two years' time.

Breneman also tells Full Ride that he models his game after Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek. While Celek is a good comparison, we saw a lot of two-time Pro Bowler Todd Heap when analyzing Breneman's tape.

The consensus number-one ranked tight end in the class will play in the 2013 Under Armour All-American game.

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