UofL commit enjoys first PJCS experience

Three-star Indianapolis cornerback Eric Robinson-Berry committed to Charlie Strong without ever seeing a game at Louisville. Saturday, the speedy defensive back attended his first game at PJCS to see the Cardinals play Kentucky.

Three-star Indianapolis cornerback Eric Robinson-Berry committed to Charlie Strong without ever seeing a game at Louisville. Saturday, the speedy defensive back attended his first game at PJCS to see the Cardinals play Kentucky.

"I really enjoyed myself," Robinson-Berry said. "I went down with my parents and some of my teammates [2012 linebacker] Jordan Wallace and [wide receiver] Kevin Davis. I loved the atmosphere and how everybody treated me down there. I love the fans, they had a lot of love for their team."

While at the game, Robinson-Berry talked with several other Louisville commits. "I talked to DaMarcus Smith and the three commitments [Fern Creek's Jerrell Moore, Jamon Brown and Jalen Harrington] from the same school. We talked about once we get there we have to change some things and try to be a great team."

The 6'0, 170-pound Robinson-Berry also spoke with several members of the UofL coaching staff, including defensive coordinator Vance Bedford.

"I talked to them after the game, and a little bit before," Robinson-Berry said. "I talked to Coach Bedford after the game. He told me that I should be ready by next year. He wants me to be ready to come down there and compete."

Though Louisville's defense gave up 20 first half points to UK, the Cardinals picked it up after halftime, allowing just a field goal in the second half. "We had some ups and downs and things we need to improve, but I think we're going to be a solid defense this year," Robinson-Berry said.

Robinson-Berry said he plans to visit Louisville again this season.


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