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February 3, 2010 by USA Post
Keenan Allen,Zach Maynard,Keenan Allen Penn State,Keenan Allen Rivals,Keenan Allen Announcement,Keenan Allen Press Conference | www.usspost.com:Show of rumors and message boards were right this time. Five-star football prospect Keenan Allen, an elite safety, who verbally committed to Alabama in November, said Tuesday morning that he will be studying at the University of California at Berkeley instead.
In the week leading up to National Signing Day, he started the word out to examine Allen Clemson. At the end of last week, reports indicated that he visited California with his half-brother, quarterback Zach Maynard, who was transferred from the University of Buffalo. Pennsylvania was even being mentioned as possible destination for Allen, the nation’s highest safety assessment according toanlysts for the recruitment of Scout.com and Rivals.com.
Where is this development leave Alabama? Under 6 feet 2 and 194 pounds, Allen, and national champion fell to No. 4 ranking in the latest 2010 recruiting class by both Scout.com and Rivals.com going to sign today. In fact, the recent introduction of this service’s arch-foe distances Auburn in the third year.
“This will probably result in a message () to paintings to explode” Rivals.com national recruitinganlyst Barry Every Allen said before the announcement at a restaurant in downtown Greensboro.
Each, however, said the Crimson Tide should be fine despite the setback in late.
“They’re pretty stacked at safety, and to be honest,” he said.
This year recruiting class alone, Alabama is bringing in two four-star safeties, in the scope of the state Jarrick Williams and Nick Perry. And tides also snagged a five-star cornerback DeMarcus hats, who are about 6-2 to have a 50-50 chance of moving to free safety, according to each.
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