"I think they went up on an unofficial and I think Bryon was excited after he spent time around Coach Huggins and watched them practice," Assault coach Curtis Malone told Scout.com. "He was impressed by what he saw."
Huggins and his staff own a commitment from point guard Noah Cottrill already and Allen is being groomed to chip in and help at both guard slots.
"I think what coach would like to see him do is play a little more point," Malone said. "He won't be a point but more of a combo guard. You know Huggs, he wants guys that are going to play hard."