Ohio State Football Recruiting: Nation's Top Tight End Targeting Buckeyes?

Tyler WaddellCorrespondent IIMarch 4, 2012

Camp Hill (PA) tight end Adam Breneman of Cedar Cliff high school announced last Thursday that he will make his college decision public next Friday, March 9, in his high school gymnasium.

Ohio State is in his field of four, including Maryland, Penn State and Notre Dame.

Breneman made his official visit to Columbus on February 27, where he was embraced by almost the entire OSU coaching staff. He spent time with Luke Fickell, Tim Hinton, Greg Gillum, Mike Vrabel, and, of course, Urban Meyer.

His time on campus went "very well" according to Eleven Warriors. Breneman "got a really good feel for the program" and "was extremely impressed with the offense and how I would be used."

Breneman is the No. 22 prospect in the nation for the class of 2013, according to Yahoo! Sports. The 4-Star athlete caught 72 balls for 1,120 yards and 12 touchdowns.

If he signs with the Buckeyes, he'll be the sixth member of Meyer's already outstanding 2013 recruiting class.