Indianapolis (Ind.) Warren Central cornerback Eric Robinson-Berry made a switch this past weekend. The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder originally committed to Louisville before shifting to Western Kentucky following an official visit.
"I had found out the previous coach from Louisville had offered too many guys," he said. "With the new coaches, the situation was a greyshirt and I didn't want to be in that situation. I opened up my options again and took an official this past weekend to Western Kentucky and really liked it."
Robinson-Berry wrapped up the visit by committing on Sunday.
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"I committed yesterday," he said. "The coaches are amazing, they are great and fun to be around. I can see them pushing me where I want to be.
"I like Coach Taggart, he is an amazing coach and I felt at home there. I'll also be with my friend Devin Scott who is already committed there and it's good thing to get more Warren Central guys down there."
Overall he touched on the program too.
"That's good, they are Division I and I want to help the program get better," he said. "The games they lost last year, five to six were by a total of 20-points altogether. We can improve that."
Obviously a chance to play early is possible too.
"Yeah, the coaches said I'm coming in to take somebody's job and I'm looking forward to doing it."