Gallery: Peach State standout Elliot Berry continues to work feverishly to bring its subscribers the best and latest information on Tennessee targets. Check out this slideshow of a premium target.

Butch Jones is making his way around the country to familiarize and introduce himself to Tennessee commitments and targets.

One of the Volunteers' greatest needs is to get more speed on defense. Thus, securing a commitment from a legacy prospect like Elliot Berry will be a priority with the Class of 2014.

Creekside (Ga.) High School coaches move Berry around the field, playing a variety of positions on both sides of the ball, including defensive end. At 5-feet-11, 185 pounds, an opportunity to play linebacker in a 4-3 set looks like his best fit.

Creekside's season ended prematurely with a 27-24 loss to Thomas County Central in the opening round of the GHSA Class AAAAA state playoffs. The Seminoles entered as the No. 3 seed from Region 4-AAAAA.

Elliot and twin brother Evan Berry will again compete for the Seminoles' track team in the spring.

They are the younger brothers of former Tennessee All-American Eric Berry and sons of former Vol James Berry.

To have a better look at what Elliot Berry looks like on the gridiron, check out the InsideTennessee slideshow below (click to enlarge):

Danny Parker is currently the Managing Editor, Recruiting Analyst and Staff Photographer for He was previously the sports editor at Shelbyville Times-Gazette. He joined the InsideTennessee team July 2011.

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