Ohio State Overview: Rashod Berry has transformed from a 235-pound tight end into a 260-pound defensive end for the Buckeyes … he played tight end as a true freshman during his red-shirt year of 2015, and then switched to defense last season … he earned his first varsity letter last season and is majoring in family resource management.
2016 Season (Freshman): Berry played in 10 games along the defensive line and was credited with seven tackles … he recorded two tackles in games against Tulsa and Rutgers.
More on Rashod: Berry came to Ohio State as a two-time Associated Press all-state honoree, including first-team Division I honors in 2014 … he helped Lorain, under coach Dave McFarland, to a 7-4 season in 2014 and the first state playoff appearance in school history … he had 37 receptions for 578 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior, plus an additional 11 tackles-for-loss, including six sacks, plus six forced fumbles and an interception on defense … considered among the Top 40 defensive ends in the nation, Berry had national positional rankings of No. 20 by Rivals, No. 26 by Scout and No. 36 by 247Sports … had 6.5 sacks and earned second-team all-state honors in 2013 for coach Tony Shoulders … also played basketball … Berry is the son of Lashonda Berry.
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