Berry tracking the Buckeyes

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Rivals250 to Watch list defensive end Rashod Berry has yet to make it out to college games in person this fall, but the four-star class of 2015 prospect has been tuning into games on TV.

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"I watched Ohio State when they faced Buffalo and San Diego State," Berry said. "I watch it as a fan, then I look at their defensive ends, see what they do and see what I can improve on."
Although he does not yet hold an offer from the Buckeyes, Berry lists Ohio State as the school he has heard the most from since Sept. 1.
"I have gotten a couple letters from Ohio State," Berry said. "They told me to just keep working hard and do what I have to do."
Offers have already come through from Akron, Bowling Green, Kent State and Toledo. Other schools Berry mentioned interest in are Alabama and Michigan.
"I really like Alabama. I have been looking at them a lot," Berry said. "I haven't had a chance to look at the (college game) schedules yet because I have been so busy. I am just sitting back and evaluating stuff, see what happens."
The 6-foot-5, 220-pound Berry kicked off his junior season in fine fashion, registering three sacks in his first game. The defensive end, who is relatively new to the game, spent much of his off-season getting bigger, faster and stronger, and has seen the results on the field
"I feel I am a better player now because I worked on my technique and just everything I need to do to be a better defensive end," he said.
Josh Helmholdt is the Midwest Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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