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In-state target Dontaie Allen drawing more offers

Photo: M.A.T.T.S. Mustangs

Photo: M.A.T.T.S. Mustangs

Dontaie Allen’s offer sheet continues to grow.

The Pendleton County star added four new scholarship offers this week alone — West Virginia, Dayton, Virginia Tech and Purdue — which brings his list to 13 total offers going into the summer prior to his senior season.

The most recent addition to his list, Purdue, extended the offer while he was on the Boilermakers’ campus for an unofficial visit Wednesday.

Dontaie Allen
Small Forward| 6-6 | 185 lbs.
Falmouth, KY | Pendleton County
AAU: M.A.T.T.S. Mustangs
ESPN No. — | 33 PF Top247 No. 154 | 41 SF
Rivals No. — | — 247 Comp.  No. 214 | 52 SF

Allen will likely draw even more attention this coming weekend when he competes in the Pangos All-American Camp out in California. His inclusion in the Pangos camp is a huge deal, but unfortunately it will keep him out of the Kentucky-Indiana Junior All-Star Game, which features the state’s best talent, including KyKy Tandy.

As the unofficial conductor of the Dontaie Allen Hype Train, I encourage you to get to know him. I continue to believe he is the one to watch if Kentucky is going to pursue an in-state prospect for the 2019-20 roster.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

3 Comments for In-state target Dontaie Allen drawing more offers



  1. chardun20
    10:41 pm May 31, 2018 Permalink

    ESPN has Dontaie ranked the 33 PF, nothing about his game says PF to me. I wonder if ESPN has seen him play? I hope Cal offers Dontaie soon.



  2. TBW3011
    12:29 am June 1, 2018 Permalink

    He’s good enough to play here. And ESPN listing him at PF is laughable.



  3. GM1978
    10:35 am June 1, 2018 Permalink

    That’s the same ESPN who calls Ashton Hagans a “wing player”