If he had enough opportunities to officially qualify on the NCAA leaderboard, Berry would’ve finished seventh nationally in kickoff return average (29.5 yards per return). Based on that number, his athleticism clearly isn’t in doubt. And while we expect him to retain the kickoff return duties, Berry also has the opportunity to step up and help on defense – maybe even on offense too. The Vols are looking for some depth at safety for this year and even more so for 2016 when Brian Randolph and LaDarrell McNeil move on. He’s also been mentioned by the coaching staff as a possible emergency running back – a position he worked at some in practice in 2014 – due to the lack of depth at that position. This offseason will be big for Berry finding his role on the team beyond just kick returner.