2018 NFL Draft Prospect – Adam Breneman

Adam Breneman is not your average football player. He was a very good one during his college career, it must be pointed out first and foremost. But this is a young man who started the Catch The Cure charity as a high school senior, raising more than $200,000 for ALS research. This is a young man who was offered the chance to be the Chief of Staff to the Senator of Pennsylvania at just 21 years old.  He chose instead to return to Massachusetts for the final two seasons of his college career, and what a two seasons he enjoyed. In the 2016 and 2017 seasons, Breneman caught 134 passes for 1,572 yards and 12 touchdowns. Only Tajae Sharpe had more receptions for the Minutemen in school history. Sharpe and Andy Isabella had more receiving yards than Breneman, but that’s it. Including his earlier stretch at Penn State, his final collegiate numbers were 149 receptions, 1,758 yards, and 15 TDs.

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By Neil Dutton | @ndutton13 | Archive