- Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Staff Writer
Michigan has made it very apparent that tight ends will be a feature of its new offense, and the Wolverines added two good prospects with Devin Funchess (Farmington, Mich./Harrison) and A.J. Williams (Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore).
The 2013 class will also need to feature two prominent tight ends, and there have already been a few options identified.
The highest profile prospect at tight end so far, however, has been Adam Breneman (Camp Hill, Pa./Cedar Cliff). The 6-fot-5, 225-pound Breneman has already been identified as a potential five-star, the first tight end in three seasons to receive that honor, and was recently named to the ESPNU Top 100 for his class.
With around 25 offers already on his plate, Breneman will undoubtedly be one of the more sought-after prospects in his class.
So this would be a good time to get to know the talented youngster, and ESPNHS gives us closer look as we Get Familiar with Adam Breneman.
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