Devon Berry, 19, of Georgia, flanked by Kemp Foundation speaker Larry Kemp and local motivational speaker Rickie Clark, was the main speaker at the Kemp Leadership Foundation's The Will to Win event, held at the Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth on Saturday. Berry, who wrestled and played football in high school despite having cerebral palsy, has received a wrestling scholarship to St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, which was the 2015 NCAA Division II team wrestling winner.
Devon Berry, 19, of Georgia, flanked by Kemp Foundation speaker Larry Kemp and local motivational speaker Rickie Clark, was the main speaker at the Kemp Leadership Foundation's The Will to Win event, held at the Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth on Saturday. Berry, who wrestled and played football in high school despite having cerebral palsy, has received a wrestling scholarship to St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, which was the 2015 NCAA Division II team wrestling winner. Ian McVea Special to the Star-Telegram
Devon Berry, 19, of Georgia, flanked by Kemp Foundation speaker Larry Kemp and local motivational speaker Rickie Clark, was the main speaker at the Kemp Leadership Foundation's The Will to Win event, held at the Tarrant County College Trinity River Campus in Fort Worth on Saturday. Berry, who wrestled and played football in high school despite having cerebral palsy, has received a wrestling scholarship to St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, which was the 2015 NCAA Division II team wrestling winner. Ian McVea Special to the Star-Telegram

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