Four schools are hotly pursuing former Texas A&M quarterback Kyle Allen, according to Justin Hopkins of 247 Sports.
Per Allen, the four at the top of his list are Houston, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Colorado State.
“Colorado State, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Houston are the four I talk to the most,” Allen said. “I don’t want to call them my top four, but I’m going to look harder at the schools talking to me the most.”
“I’m trying to talk to players and coaches as much as possible to get to know those schools. That’s the best I can do and it’s fine. I’m really just looking to see which team has the best situation for me and will help me with the best chance of winning. That’s what is important to me.”
Each school would be an excellent destination for Allen, who must sit out a year according to NCAA transfer rules. Houston coach Tom Herman is a great offensive mind whose system is ideal for quarterbacks, Oklahoma will have a spot open in a year with Baker Mayfield gone, Nebraska needs all sorts of help and Colorado State coach Mike Bobo’s SEC experience could also be a key selling point.
Long story short, if these are indeed Allen’s final four, he’s going to make one fan base very happy once he makes his decision.
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