Allen put his arm on display on Sunday at the Los Angeles NFTC and the four-star walked away with QB MVP honors.
"It was a lot of fun getting out there and throwing the ball to some great receivers and with some great quarterbacks," said Allen. "It's an honor to win the MVP but I have to just keep on working."
Allen has double-digit offers, with four new national offers finding him in the last couple of weeks.
Allen said that four schools were recruiting him more than others.
"Probably the schools recruiting me the hardest is Arizona State, UCLA, Oklahoma State and Texas A&M," said Allen. "I'm going to both Oklahoma State and Texas A&M's spring games. I could be at Arizona State whatever day I want to since its only 20 minutes and with UCLA I'll probably be at their spring game. I was going to try and swing by the campus (on Sunday) but Coach (Noel) Mazzone was out of town, so we'll come back during the spring."
Allen said he wants to make a decision on college before his senior season and isn't sure where he'll camp at, school-wise, but said that the Oakland Elite 11 is his next planned camp.
"Whenever Elite 11 is, I'll do that but otherwise no more camps are scheduled," said Allen.