Four-star cornerback Aaron Berry out of Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt has yet to schedule any official visits. The 5-foot-11, 157-pounder with 4.49-second speed is starting to look at a few schools for official visits. Who is Berry considering for visits?
"I know I'll definitely be going to Minnesota, Michigan State and maybe Wisconsin," he said. "I plan to start scheduling them sometime soon for after the season because I'm just focusing on my team right now. I chose Minnesota and Michigan State because they have been on me pretty hard for a while. I want to go there and check them out. I also took a lot of unofficial visits, so I don't think I need to take officials to a lot of those schools."
The Rivals250 star isn't sure who else will get his other officials at this point in time.
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"I've got a lot of offers from schools including Virginia Tech, Penn State, Virginia, Notre Dame, Oregon and Pittsburgh among others," he said. "I also get a lot of calls particularly from Michigan State, Virginia, Minnesota, Notre Dame and Pitt. I'm still waiting it out to see what else happens."
Berry has watched some college football this season and has been impressed with the Irish, Spartans and Nittany Lions.
"They all are going out there and winning and I like to see that from those teams."
The No. 22 cornerback in the country also plays receiver for Bishop McDevitt and has had to become an even bigger part of the offense since five-star running back LeSean McCoy suffered a season ending injury against Harrisburg.
"Everyone is double-teaming me now and our other receivers are stepping up," he said. "We just won on Saturday 17-12 against Carlisle. Teams used to be worried a lot more about Shady (McCoy), but instead they double me more and I still get the ball. Last game I had six or seven catches for 90 yards. I added two sacks and an interception return for a touchdown on defense. I also had a long punt return down to the five yard line."
The week before against rival Harrisburg Berry recorded seven catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns. He added an interception on defense.
What are the Crusaders looking forward to without McCoy?
Aaron Berry VideoClick "We're still worried about the season and getting to the championship," he said. "I just hope our team can get over the LeSean thing and go out and win without him. I feel like we got to take our time now to get down the field and we're not going to put up as many big plays. Now it's going to be even more of a team effort and we've got to work together."Here to view this Link.