Allen wavering on commitment to Dawgs

Georgia's string of de-commits may not be done yet.

North Carolina tight end Dwayne Allen, who committed to the Bulldogs last December, would not affirm that he is still committed to the Bulldogs when asked Saturday night.

"No comment," Allen responded when asked if he was still committed to Georgia. "I really don't want to talk about it considering the circumstances."

Allen didn't offer comment beyond saying that several schools including North Carolina, NC State, Clemson and Florida State, among others, are recruiting him right now. He did not say he was committed to the Bulldogs nor did he say that he had de-committed.

"I am open right now," he said of recruiting.

Sources close to the situation said that this move had been expected after tight end/athlete Bryce Ros committed to the Bulldogs a month ago. But the Ros commitment may have just been the final straw for Allen, who many have pointed to as not being as firm in his commitment to Georgia as other Bulldog commits.

In February Allen said that although he was committed to Georgia he was still listening to what other schools had to offer.

"I don't mind it at all if schools continue to recruit me," he said five months ago. "It doesn't bother me at all. You never know what can happen."

What has happened now is that it appears Georgia's commitment list has dropped from 17 to 16.


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