"I've just been switched from quarterback to wingback and halfback," Berg told HR on Wednesday night. "We have a new head coach (Eric Wetjen) and have gone to the winged-T attack. So a lot of people will be getting the ball."
Berg was asked about the other side of the ball, where he recorded 62 tackles and was named all-district in 2001.
"I'll been at one of the safety spots, strong or free," he said. "I'll see plenty of action on defense again this year.
The six-foot-two, 190-lb athlete who has been clocked at 4.43 (hht) in the forty was asked about his early commitment to Iowa State.
"I made a commitment to them in May," he replied. "I wanted to make my decision before the season. I was very impressed with the coaches and facilities there. This is a program on the rise. I believe they have shown that in their first time games this season. Matter of fact, I attended their game against Kansas last week.
And what about in-state power Nebraska? Were they given serious consideration?
"They were," he continued. "And I attended their camp, but had already given my pledge to Iowa State and that's where I'm going to play. I had scheduled the Iowa summer camp too, but cancelled that."
Where have the coaches talked to you about playing, position-wise?
"They're looking at me as either a strong safety or linebacker," Caleb said. "It really doesn't matter to me.
And with all the positions changes that Berg has already experienced, we're certain he'll adapt.
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