"Definitely, going to Tampa, that's easy," he said. "I already know their playbook. I already know everything from the D-line to the linebackers to the corners. I know what they're supposed to do and where they're supposed to be at. But I really don't try to focus on any one team because you never know."
Kiffin, who followed his son, Lane Kiffin, to USC, believes Berry will make some team happy.
"People will love him if he's at Tampa or St. Louis," Kiffin said. "He'll be just like Ronde Barber, Derrick Brooks or Mike Alstott. He'll be sitting there signing autographs for people all day."Source: St. Petersburg Times - Rick Stroud
PewterReport.com's Take: Kiffin has been singing Berry's praises for months, and has given Berry a public and private recommendation to the Bucs front office. Tampa Bay is in the market for competition at the safety position. Sabby Piscitelli had a rough season, and Tanard Jackson had a four-game suspension to start the year. It remains to be seen if the Bucs would neglect more dire needs in order to use their first-round pick on Berry. Pewter Report had heard that Berry wants to be a Buccaneer, and we will have more on that in the near future.