The recruiting process is just starting to get off the ground for Irmo (S.C.) Dutch Fork junior wide receiver Jordan Berry and the 5-11, 168-pound receiver is receiving the most attention early on from in-state schools Clemson and South Carolina.
"I've been down to those schools during the season when Clemson played Wofford and when USC played Kentucky," Berry said.
With spring practices set to kick off this month, Berry is looking forward to getting back on college campuses this spring.
"I emailed Coach [Robbie] Caldwell from Clemson the other week," Berry said. "I am going down for their junior day on April 14. It's their junior day and spring game. Hopefully they offer me and I want to see Sammy Watkins again in person."
Berry has yet to pick up his first scholarship offer of the process, and most schools have asked for him to camp so they can evaluate him further.
As a junior this past fall for Dutch Fork, Berry finished the season with 55 receptions for 965 yards and six touchdowns.
"I see myself as an outside receiver, but I can play both," he said. "I like a style of offense like Oregon runs. I like to get the ball in my hands quick, get out and run."