Breneman & ESPN's history of top TEs 

December, 6, 2012
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Adam BrenemanScott Fink/ESPNHSPenn State commit Adam Breneman hopes to fulfill the expectations that come with being ESPN's No. 1-rated tight end.
Adam Breneman (Camp Hill, Pa./Cedar Cliff) isn't shy about listing his career goals at Penn State.

The four-star prospect (Scouts Grade: 85) not only wants to win the Big Ten Leaders Division, he's aiming for high individual accolades. He's hoping to take home the John Mackey Award, a trophy given annually to the country's best tight end.

But what does history say about his potential for success? Have most of ESPN's No. 1 tight ends come in and dominated? Or have they fallen short of lofty expectations?

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