June 14, 2012 at 5:27 PM
One of Penn State’s prized recruits in its 2013 class has suffered a setback.
Adam Breneman, a 6-foot-4 tight end from Camp Hill who committed to Penn State in March, injured his right knee at a Thursday morning practice, according to his father, Brian.
“We have seen a doctor here, locally, and we’re having an MRI done [Friday] morning,” Brian said. “We’ll take it from there.”
Brian noted Adam has spoken with coaches at Penn State about what happened, but he said there was no telling what the severity of the injury was after the doctor’s visit Thursday.
“We'll see what happens with what the actual injury is,” Brian said. “We don’t know what it is. We have to look at the MRI.”
Breneman is listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN, and it also rated him as the 42nd best player in the 2013 class. Rivals.com has Breneman listed as the nation’s top tight end recruit in the 2013 class, and also as the top recruit in the Keystone State.