Cornerback Aaron Berry out of Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt appears to have taken his last unofficial visit of the summer. The 5-foot-11, 157-pounder visited Pittsburgh last weekend with teammates LeSean McCoy and Jason Kates.
"Coach Wannstedt came to greet us and he showed us around the practice facilities, offices, field and campus. He basically took us to everything around there," he said. "I liked my visit a lot. I didn't know what to expect going into the visit, but they definitely got my attention and I liked it. Now I know I can go there and get some early playing time.
"I also got to talk to coach Rhoads. He told me that I can come in and make an impact and help the team out and do good things for the team. I liked them a lot."
Did anything stand out from the visit for the Rivals250 star?
"Nothing really, I did like it a lot as they had good facilities, but that was about it."
Where does the visit put the Panthers for Berry's signature?
"I don't know my top five yet because I'm still working on that," he said. "I'm highly considering them and they will probably be in my top five. I would take an official there if they were among my favorites."
The No. 13 player in Pennsylvania went on to state that he still has no favorites as he closes in on naming a top five.
"I'll probably announce my top five either next week or the week after," he said. "I've got to sit down and start thinking about it."
Teams in consideration include Pitt, Penn State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Oregon, Minnestota, Michigan State and Florida.
The four-star prospect was named first team all-conference and honorable mention all-state as he hauled in 40 receptions for 999 yards and 11 touchdowns. He posted five interceptions on defense.