Iowa State has recently expressed interest in an athlete named Kendall Berry out of Hanes City, Fla. Berry, a 6'1, 180 pound athlete is seeing attention from many division one schools, but quite frankly, it's not that important to him at this point and time. Get the scoop here in this CN recruiting update.
"I'm not sure about offers. My dad
talks to the coaches about offers. I don't really know," Berry told CN.
Iowa State is one of those schools recruiting Berry, a versatile player
to say the least. In his sophomore season, Berry played running back for Hanes City. Then in his junior season,
over the role of QB.
"They never actually told us our
stats. I think I had around 800 rushing yards and about 300 passing yards. We
ran the triple-option," Berry said. "We went 6'4 and we went to the
playoffs. We lost in the first round."
Berry told CN that along with
Iowa State, Auburn and Georgia Tech are in his top three.
"I'm very interested in attending
State. The coach has talked
to my dad," Berry said.
Although Berry said he's high on
the Cyclones, he also admitted that he still doesn't know very much about the
Cyclone football program.
"I've never really watched them
play any games," Berry said. "I've received the introduction to
the school. That's about it."
Even though Berry isn't very involved
in his recruiting process at this team, he takes his football very seriously.
that he's just more focused on helping his high school team win at this time
than he is in picking a college.
Berry is a speedster on the football
field. With his 4.5 speed, he is the type of player who can line-up anywhere on
the football field and be an immediate threat to score.
"People have told me that I'm very
focused when I play. I am a good leader," Berry said.
Berry doesn't have much planned for
camps in the summer but he is planning on attending a team camp in Jacksonville, Fla.
"I'm going to a team camp in
might go to some others but I know that I'm going to a camp in Jacksonville for