5-foot-7, 161 pound defensive back Christopher Allen-Spiller may be just a rising sophomore but he has a good understanding of the pros and cons of his game.
"My breaks on the ball are really good. I think I just need to work on my hips and looking up at the ball."
Now that the summer is here, he's ready to get his recruiting going. The rising sophomore has been hearing from Indiana lately and has attended several camps around the Midwest, including Sound Mind Sound Body, Cincinnati's and Ohio State's. Allen-Spiller can see how all of these experiences he's having will benefit him in the future.
"I played varsity my Freshman year and have been attending different camps this summer. They've gone really well, so I'm excited for next season."
While the defensive back still has awhile before he'll make his commitment, there is something his future school will need to have.
"The school will need to have good academics. I want to be a cardiologist, therefore I need a school with a good medical program."
Stay with FOX Sports NEXT for the latest on Allen-Spiller and the rest of the Class of 2015.
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