He's one of the leaders on one of the most potent offensive attacks in the country and because of…
Palomar's Berry contemplates walk-on offer
Berry played center for his entire prep career at Murrieta Valley High School in California and decided to walk-on at San Diego State after graduating.
"I enrolled there in January (of 2008) and was playing spring ball, but I didn't feel happy there and wanted a chance to get a scholarship somewhere," Berry noted.
During the 2009 season, schools like Washington, Rutgers, Tennessee and Wyoming all made inquiries, but none stepped forward with an offer.
"Kent State just called and I spoke with them for a while and I'm sending out film to Portland State for them to get a look at me," Berry said. "I'd love to play Pac 10 ball, but right now I'm just focused on the schools recruiting me and hopefully I'll know something soon."
Berry is an outstanding student and can sign at any time. He'll have three years to play two wherever he ends up.
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