Allison was one of the better linebackers at the Stanford Nike Camp last weekend and he enjoyed his time in Palo Alto.
"The camp is always phenomenal and I was able to see new faces, compete at a new level. Every time you work with the coaches you learn new things," said Allison.
Allison also took in an unofficial visit on Saturday for Junior Day.
"That was a real good experience," said Allison. "I was able to learn thing about college that I didn't know in general. I got a chance to meet Condoleeza Rice and that was a great experience too."
Allison said that the Stanford coaches gave him an idea of what it would take for an offer.
"They said I can definitely play but that I just need to score a little higher on the SAT and then the offer is there," said Allison. "I took the SAT one time in November so I'll be taking it again."
"UCLA has been by the school with Coach (Mike) Johnson and I like UCLA a lot," said Allison. "They were my first offer and that meant a lot."
As far as the positional transition has gone, Allison said he's getting more and more comfortable there.
"It's been a real easy transition for me, just due to the fact I felt comfortable there right away," said Allison. "I've been playing defensive end since I was seven, but I think I'm playing outside linebacker better."