Terrell Allen, considered by most experts to be one of the top wide receivers in the state this year, committed to Pittsburgh after the Shrine Bowl last month, but there still is some hope that he may change his mind and wear orange next year. Here's a nice video clip of Allen catching a sweet pass over the middle."> Terrell Allen, considered by most experts to be one of the top wide receivers in the state this year, committed to Pittsburgh after the Shrine Bowl last month, but there still is some hope that he may change his mind and wear orange next year. Here's a nice video clip of Allen catching a sweet pass over the middle.">

Insider Video: WR Terrell Allen

<img src="http://media.TheInsiders.com/Media/Other/154001_cameraprofile.JPG" border="0" hspace="2" width="20" height="18"> Terrell Allen, considered by most experts to be one of the top wide receivers in the state this year, committed to Pittsburgh after the Shrine Bowl last month, but there still is some hope that he may change his mind and wear orange next year. Here's a nice video clip of Allen catching a sweet pass over the middle.

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Terrell Allen had an impressive performance at the NIKE camp in Athens this past summer, displaying incredible speed and outstanding skill as a wide receiver. He emerged as one of the top athletes in camp, however, Allen spent most the year facing double teams while his teammate, WR Bradley Robinson, put up mind boggling numbers in the high powered Byrnes offense.

Most colleges feel as though the talent level is there, even though he didn't quite live up to expectations this past season. Allen was drawing interest from Alabama, Texas, Pittsburgh, Clemson, and South Carolina before deciding on the Panthers just before Christmas.

Allen took his official visit to Clemson this past week, but emerged still favoring the Panthers. With one scholarship left at wide receiver this year, the Clemson coaching staff is hoping that it will either be filled by this standout prospect, or Greenville's Noah Whiteside.


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