WR Keenan Allen Profile
Keenan Allen holds more than a handful of scholarship offers and he was on the verge of announcing a decision back in November, but he decided to go through the recruiting process a little longer.
"I have offers from Alabama, N.C. State, North Carolina, Wake Forest, California, Penn State, South Carolina and Buffalo," said Keenan Allen. "All of those offers came back before Christmas. I believe the last offer I received was from Buffalo."
"I still have the same favorites as I did before. My overall favorite is still Alabama. I like Penn State, Wake Forest, Clemson and North Carolina as well. I am not ready to make a decision right now. I will probably wait a while."
Allen gave us more thoughts of the schools who have his attention.
Alabama: "I thought they had a real good year. I thought they would get to the championship. I haven't talked to any of their coaches in a while."
Penn State: "When I went down there for a game invite the crowd was intense, and I liked that a lot."
Wake Forest: "It's close to home. I don't have to go that far away."
Clemson: "I have always liked Clemson. I love coach [Dabo] Swinney. He is a great guy and good coach."
North Carolina: "I haven't been there yet. Once I go there I will know more about them."
The 6-foot-3, 195-pound athlete is recruited for multiple positions, and he does have a preference.
"All the schools are talking to me about wide receiver and free safety," he said. "If it were up to me I would rather play wide receiver."
Allen expects to run track in the spring.
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