DB Eric Berry Profile
Eric Berry, a 6-0, 195 pound defensive back prospect is having an outstanding senior season for Creekside (GA).
"It is going good. We are 5-0. For the year on offense I have over 750 yards rushing, 440 yards passing and 15 touchdowns. I'm not sure of my defensive stats," Berry told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
The nation's No. 1 cornerback according to Scout.com could play several positions at the next level.
"Tennessee is looking at me for quarterback," he said. "A lot of the other schools are just looking at me to play both ways."
When asked about his current favorites, Berry responded, "I am not sure yet. I am still narrowing things down. I know I am going to take an official visit to Southern California. I am not sure about the other visits yet."
The Georgia standout will be seeing several SEC battles this fall.
"I went to Tennessee for the Florida game. I am going to see Georgia play Tennessee this week. I am going to see Auburn play Georgia later this year," Berry said.
Clemson running backs coach Burton Burns is recruiting Berry for the Tigers.
"I am not sure about my other visits yet. I am still trying to decide," stated Berry.
Don't expect a commitment from the prize recruit until close to signing day.
"I am going to wait until close to signing day to make my decision," stated Berry. "I am looking for the right social atmosphere. I know the schools are all about the same. I want to find a place where if I was to get injured I would still be able to function on campus and have a good time."
Which teams are recruiting Berry the hardest at this time?
"Southern California, Tennessee, Georgia, Auburn and Ohio State are right now," he said.
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