TUCSON (KVOA) – Former Mountain View High School star Stanley Berryhill III has impressed the University of Arizona coaching staff.
He also had the chance to impress fans nationally with his strong performance against BYU in the season opener in Arizona.
Stan Berryhill recorded 12 receptions for 10 yards. Both stats are career highs.
“It was a great and fun environment to do,” said Berryhill.
Aside from all the big plays and yards after the catch Berryhill racked up, he was on the field-non-stop- competing on special teams as a punt returner and being one of the shooters. the punt team.
“From what I hear, what brings longevity in the NFL is special teams, so I’m proud to be on special teams and help the team in any way I can,” he said. he declared.
It was certainly evident after the Arizona defense broke through with a security against BYU in the third quarter.
Even defensive figures like linebacker Rashie Hodge Jr. have given “Stan-the-man” credit.
“Stan’s play kicked off the punt, knocking it down on that one. That’s where it was all done, without that Stan play, none of that happens,” Hodge said.
Hodge talks about Berryhill scrambling on the punt to get his hands on the ball as he came off the rebound and pin the Cougars on the one-yard line.
Without this commotion, there would have been no security.
Offensive coordinator Brennan Carroll said Berryhill, “[is] in fantastic shape. Coach TO did a great job with these guys. “
Berryhill added, “I just got a motor. I play with a chip on my shoulder so I’m always on the move no matter what the game situation is, and if I’m tired I try to cross it up. what I can’t go any more. “