Texas defensive back Greg Allen had never seen snow until this weekend. If his visit to Utah was any indication, he'll be seeing a lot more of it in the future.
"The visit went really well. Everything was fun. We went out to eat at Ruby River with the team and checked out the football field. I can't remember everything because it was so fun. We met up with the Under Armour people. We also went tubing and that was the first time I had ever seen snow."
Allen was hosted by Utah wide receiver Charles Henderson during his visit with the two already sharing a common bond.
"We come from the same place in New Orleans. I moved to Houston, but am originally from New Orleans so we knew a lot about each other already."
The versatile Allen spent a lot of time meeting with coaches and spending time with other cornerback prospects.
"We had a lot of position meetings with Coach Hill, the cornerbacks coach."
Despite a visit scheduled to Kansas for next weekend, Allen may be making a decision at some point this week.
"I have a few days to think about it. I'm thinking about probably taking a visit to Kansas. If not, then committing to Utah. I'm going to go home and talk it over and then decide on what I'll do, but Utah is leading right now."
Once the decision is made, whether it's this week or next, Allen is excited to announce where he'll be playing his college ball at a ceremony at his high school.
"I'm going to make my announcement in front of my whole school."
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