"Georgia is my leader," said Allen. "I would say that LSU is number two and Tennessee is number three. I still have a little feeling for Alabama and I (officially) visited them a few weeks ago. They have always been in the back of my mind."
There is a problem for Alabama with Allen. He wants to graduate in December. If he does, he will have to make a decision and enroll in college in January. Alabama will not hear back from the NCAA about punishment for recruiting violations until mid-January at the earliest.
"They are not out but it may be hard to pick them because of that stuff (recruiting violations).
Allen, 6-1 and 195 pounds, will visit Georgia (December 7) and Tennessee (December 14). He already visited LSU. Georgia is recruiting him as a running back, Tennessee as a wide receiver and LSU as a defensive back.
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