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Aaron Berry

Height: 5-10 | Weight: 176 | College: Pittsburgh
 
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2009 Season

Berry was selected First Team All-BIG EAST Conference as voted on by the BIG EAST head coaches. It was the second All-Big East honor for Berry (Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt), who was a second-team pick in 2008. This season he has 28 tackles, nine pass breakups and one interception despite missing two games to injury.

2008 Season

All-Big East (second team) … second on team with three INTs, including one in the Sun Bowl vs. Oregon State … also matched career high with three PBUs in the bowl game … had a pick he returned 52 yards vs. Connecticut … other INT came vs. Rutgers … had career-high nine tackles at Notre Dame with a two-yard TFL … had seven tackles vs. Iowa … had a four-yard sack vs. Buffalo … had season-long punt return of 24 yards vs. Syracuse … had three PBUs vs. Louisville.

2007 Season

Returning starter at field CB … played in 12 games, starting the final nine contests … had 19 tackles and a team-high two INTs … tied for second on the team with five PBUs … also was Pitt's top punt returner and averaged 8.6 yards on 24 returns (206 total yards) … his 8.6 yards/punt return average ranked third in the Big East … keyed Syracuse win with standout performances on special teams and in the secondary … averaged 17.7 yards on six punt returns vs. Syracuse … his 53-yard return at the end of the third quarter put Pitt at the Orange 13 … three plays later LeSean McCoy would score a one-yard TD to give Pitt the lead for good, 17-10 … from his CB position, Berry had four tackles and broke up three passes, including Syracuse's final desperation pass to the Pitt 5 with one second left to preserve the Panthers' 20-17 victory … at Louisville, had a pick at the Cardinals' 27 that Pitt parlayed into its first TD … helped clinch the win over Cincinnati when he intercepted a deep ball at the Pitt 17 with 2:48 left … the Panthers then ran out the clock to ice a 24-17 victory … had two tackles and a four-yard sack at Michigan State.

2006 Season

Lettered as a true freshman, serving on special teams and as a reserve cornerback … played in all 12 games … had two tackles and two pass breakups at UCF.

High School

Standout defensive back and receiver who ranked among Pennsylvania's most heralded players … named to The Associated Press Pennsylvania Class AAAA All-State Team (first team) … averaged over 19 yards per catch as a senior with 67 receptions for 1,278 yards and 21 touchdowns … at cornerback had eight interceptions, returning three for TDs … averaged 13.3 yards per punt return (25 attempts for 333 yards) and 21.3 per kick return (three for 64) … led team to a 13-1 record, the District 3/6 Class AAAA championship and the semifinals of the PIAA playoffs … Bishop McDevitt reached as high as No. 6 in USA Today's national high school rankings … despite missing five games his junior year due to a shoulder injury, averaged 24.1 yards per catch with 32 receptions for 771 yards and seven touchdowns … also had four interceptions … led team to a 10-3 mark and the district title … Harrisburg Patriot-News "Platinum 33" … PrepStar All-American … rated as the nation's No. 22 cornerback and Pennsylvania's No. 17 overall prospect by Rivals.com … rated one of the top 80 players in the East Region by Scout.com … selected to play in the Big 33 Football Classic … played under Coach Jeff Weachter … earned three letters in football and also played basketball and ran track.

Personal

Aaron Douglas Berry Jr., born 6/25/88, is the son of Aaron Berry Sr., and Mary Ann McKinney … has two sisters and one brother … enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

 
 

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