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What's this?Please select....Baseball TicketsNBA TicketsNFL TicketsNASCAR TicketsWWE TicketsGolf TicketsTennis Tickets Eric Berry's 13-year-old brother says he's going to TennesseeUpdated | Comment | Recommend E-mail | Save | Print | KNOXVILLE, Tenn.

(AP) — The 13-year-old brother of Tennessee safety Eric Berry says he's accepted a scholarship offer to play for the Volunteers.That's without having played a single down of high school football.Evan Berry will be a ninth-grader at Creekside High School in Fairburn, Ga., in the fall and is expected to play quarterback and safety like his brother.He told recruiting website that he thinks Tennessee seems the best for him and he wants to play for defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin.Berry would first be eligible to play for Tennessee in 2013, the fifth year in coach Lane Kiffin's six-year contract.

Monte Kiffin signed a three-year contract in January, which wouldn't guarantee he would still be on staff if both Berry and Tennessee honor the commitment.Copyright 2009 The Associated Press.

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