One of the state's best kept secrets continues to light up opposing defenses. 2013 wide receiver Jordan Berry of Dutch Fork has been catching passes and making big plays at a high rate this season. Although he wasn't named to this year's Shrine Bowl team Berry should definitely be under heavy consideration for this year's SCADA North-South All-Star Game.
"I had 2 punt returns for touchdowns, one for 62 yards and another for 57 yards. I also had 8 receptions for 209 yards and another touchdown."
Dutch Fork defeated Aiken 63-14 and the victory moves their record to 5-3 on the season and 2-0 in region play.
On the season so far we've got Berry down with 1,095 yards receiving.
Berry is easily one of the state's most dynamic players in the 2013 class and should see more interest heading down the stretch as a slot receiver and doubling as a return specialist.
The 2013 prospect is hearing from the likes of Clemson, Elon, Georgia Tech, South Carolina State, and Wake Forest. The 5'11 170 pound prospect has blistering speed and his returning 2 punts for touchdowns in a single game shows you just how explosive he can be. We'll have more updates with Berry moving forward so keep it locked right here!