Eric Berry was born on December 29, 1988, and he is the safety of American football for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football in Tennessee, where he was two unanimous whole Americans and recognized as the best university defense in the country. He was later drafted by the fifth-ranked head chief in the 2010 NFL draft. Berry was voted five times for Pro Bowl and was chosen three times for First Team All-Pro.
Berry was diagnosed as Hodgkin’s lymphoma on 8th December 2014. After being declared cancer-free through chemotherapy in the off-season, Berry returned to the 2015 season and was named Pro-Bowl, the AP All-Pro team. 2015 AP Comeback Player of the Year was chosen.
Berry was born in Natchez, Mississippi. He went to Fairburn’s Creekside High School and was a remarkable athlete for the Seminole Truck and Football Team. Berry won 37-5 records as a starter at Creekside and played cornerback and quarterback. He was a teammate with Rokevious Watkins and Terrance Parks. After his career high school career, Berry was invited to join the 2007 Army All-American Bowl in 2007. Berry is a top Georgia player, a top prospect in all job offerings, and Rivals.com ranked him third place player nationwide. He was timed in the range of 4.38 – 4.41 with a 40 yard dash on the soft interior surface of the high school Combine.
Berry was also a standing athlete for the Creekside track team. In a time of 21.96 seconds, he dramatically set up a school record with a leap of 6.95 meters and 200 meters. Berry was the anchorage of the 2006 4th class 4A state championship 4 × 400 meter relay team. Personally, he defeated the future NFL players Brandon Boydin (2nd) and Steven Hill (3rd) in the 2007 Class 4A state champion at 200 meters and in the 2007 class 4A state champion with a long jump It was. He recorded a career best of 10.66 seconds at 100 meters and 21.44 seconds at 200 meters.
Born: December 29, 1988 (age 30)
Nationality: Atlanta, Georgia
Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight: 212 lb (96 kg)