Out of nowhere West Virginia has come on strong recently for four-star cornerback Aaron Berry out of Harrisburg (Pa.) Bishop McDevitt. The 5-foot-11, 157-pounder even took an official visit up to Morgantown last weekend. What does he think of them now?
"I had a good time on my visit," he said. "I felt very comfortable around there and I liked the coaches and campus. Everyone told me that West Virginia was real country, but I didn't see that at all on my trip."
The No. 24 cornerback in the country confirmed he is down to three schools.
"I'm down to Pittsburgh, West Virginia and Minnesota," he said. "I'd say that Pittsburgh and West Virginia are ahead of Minnesota at this time. I really like those two schools because they are rivals and if I choose one then I at least can play against the other every year. I also like those schools because they are closer to home."
Berry had an official scheduled to Michigan State this weekend, but has since cancelled that trip.
"I'm done with all my officials and now I just have some in-home visits from coaches," he said. "Coach Wannstedt is coming in on Wednesday, coach Mason from Minnesota is coming Thursday and then coach Rodriguez from West Virginia is coming next Monday. I don't have a favorite between Pittsburgh and West Virginia. I think the in-home visits are going to determine who I pick because I plan to make my decision later next week."