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Top Recruit Adam Breneman Remains Committed To Nittany Lions

New Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien can breathe a sigh of relief as Adam Breneman, the top tight end recruit in the country is sticking with Penn State according to Lions247, a site dedicated to covering recruiting at the university.

The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Breneman from Camp Hill, Pa., is not only O'Brien's best recruit, he's widely been considered the most important recruit in the 2013 class and his commitment to play his college ball in Happy Valley could be the glue that keeps the class together. Wide receiver Eugene Lewis, like Breneman, has already affirmed his commitment to playing football at Penn State next season.

The sanctions imposed by the NCAA on Monday is expected to affect not only incoming football players to the university, but also existing players as they are free to transfer schools without penalty and will be eligible to play immediately.

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