Allen Decommits from ASU

Three-star offensive guard Dejon Allen out of Compton (Calif.) Dominguez took Arizona State out of the running, and is now focused on two new schools. Allen will visit both programs before announcing his decision on Signing Day.

On Wednesday night, Dejon Allen, the three-star offensive guard out of Compton (Calif.) Dominguez decided to decommit from Arizona State.

"I didn't like all the coaching changes," said Allen.

With Signing Day only two weeks away, Allen has quickly identified the schools he is now focused on.

"I am now considering Hawaii and Washington," said Allen. "I am taking an official to Hawaii this weekend (Jan.20th) and then one to Washington next weekend (Jan.27th)."

Hawaii recently came into the picture for Allen after Hawaii's defensive backs coach, Rich Miano, visited him last week.

"Coach Miano showed up last week to meet with me," commented Allen. "They have a nice thing going on out there. I am really looking forward to my official."

Next week Washington's assistant head coach/special teams/recruiting coordinator Johnny Nansen has arranged to come by for an in-home visit with Allen.

"I have wanted to go to Washington since I was in the 11th grade," proclaimed Allen. "I really like their program because of their coaching staff and how their program works. I believe I was meant to be a Dawg."

Allen discussed what he hopes to find out while on his official visits.

"I want to be apart of a program with real coaches, who tell the truth," explained Allen. "I am going to let my officials decide where I go to school."

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