That certainly is not an indication of how the visit went, however, as Allah says that he felt comfortable while on his official to Tucson.
"I thought the visit went well," Allah said. "I like the coaching staff because it welcomed me in even though it did not recruit me a lot."
Arizona indicated that Allah would have the opportunity to play numerous positions should he decide to become a Wildcat.
"They said I was versatile and would fit in a lot of different places," Allah said. "I could play some corner and I could also wind up playing a little safety as well." Wyoming is considered an option for Allah, but he told WildcatAuthority.com on Sunday night that he was actually looking harder at the in-state schools. "ASU and Arizona are the two main schools I am looking at right now and I will probably make a decision in the next few days," Allah said.
It now appears that his decision will come Wednesday morning, as Allah is planning on finally ending his recruitment and making his decision public.
"It will probably come down to how it feels family wise," he said. "Both schools are in-state and perfect for me, so it will come down to my family, who I will be talking to more."