Listed at 5'10" and 200 pounds, Berry was a 4-star recruit coming out of High School. He redshirted his Freshman season and in 2010 was a back-up tailback for the Buckeyes. In that time he recorded a 67 yard touchdown run versus Eastern Michigan and averaged over 25 yards per kickoff return.
Yet, Berry may not be remembered by OSU fans for his play on the field but for the arrests that came off of the field. The tailback was suspended from Ohio State after being charged with assault, battery, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession.
Hopefully, transferring to Murray State will give the young man a chance to start all over with a new team in a new city. If he can put the past behind him, Berry could be the difference maker for the Racers going forward.
With the loss of Mike Harris, the Racers backfield was questionable. Those questions may have just been answered last night. Adding Berry could possibly even make Murray State the new favorite to win the OVC.
Check out the 67-yard touchdown run at the 4 minute mark of this video.