Nfl Safety : Kansas City Chiefs

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Eric Berry NFL Safety Kansas City Chiefs James Eric Berry, nicknamed "The Fifth Dimension," is an American football safety for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Chiefs fifth overall in the 2010 NFL Draft. Berry was born in Fairburn, Georgia, He attended Creekside High School in Fairburn, and was a standout athlete for the Creekside Seminoles track and football teams. Berry played corner and quarterback, earning a 37-5 record as a starter at Creekside. He was teammates with Rokevious Watkins and Terrance Parks. Following his stellar high school career, Berry was invited to play in the 2007 U.S. army All American Bowl Berry was considered the top player in Georgia and the top cornerback prospect by every recruiting service, and Rivals.com ranked him the #3 player in the nation. He was once clocked at 4.38-4.41 range at the 40-yard dash at a soft indoor surface at a high school Combine. College As a freshman, Berry replaced fifth year senior Jarod Parrish after a strong showing in his first collegiate game against California. Berry turned in several big plays during his freshman season en route to being named the SEC Defensive

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