Four-star cornerback Aaron Berry wasn't able to join his Bishop McDevitt teammates LeSean McCoy and Jason Kates up to Penn State last weekend for the game. The 5-foot-11, 157-pounder with 4.49-second speed did see some of the game and talked with Rivals about his recruiting.
"I watched a little bit of the game and Penn State played really well," he said. "I didn't get too watch too much, but I saw Derrick Williams score the touchdown. They are playing great football right now and recruits are starting to come there."
Did the win cause Berry to be any more interested in the Nittany Lions?
"I'm just as interested now as I was before, but I'd say I'm still interested in them," he said. "I'm also looking at Pittsburgh, Virginia, Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Notre Dame and West Virginia among others. I haven't had a lot of time for recruiting because I'm focusing on my team. I haven't set up any official visits yet either and I don't know who I'm looking at for those. I will most likely take all five of them after the season."
With him still so wide open, what is the No. 23 cornerback in the country looking for out of a school?
"I'm hopefully looking to get a coach that can get me to the next level," he said. "I also want to go somewhere I feel comfortable and can make an impact on the team. Finally, I want to go somewhere I can graduate from."
The season ending injury to McCoy has resulted in Berry receiving a lot more double teams.
Aaron Berry VideoClick "I've always got two people on me every play now, but they still can't stay with me and we run plays that get me open. I can find my way and it all works out," he said. "The season is going well. We won last week in a defensive game 28-14 and they didn't really come my way on defense at all. I did have a big kick return, punt return and five receptions though."Here to view this Link.