"I am decommitting," he tells Scout.com. "I just feel like Arizona State isn't home anymore."
Allen feels that the divorce was mutual.
"It kind of fell apart when the coaches changed," he explains. "I guess they fell off of me, so I fell off of them too. I'm done with Arizona State."
At this point, there are three schools in the picture for Allen.
Washington: "I like the people, I like the school, their program is good, and I know the coaches really well."
Arizona: "I like the coaches; I put them in this category because I feel like at Arizona we can succeed with the coaches that they have."
Hawaii: "Come on now, it's Hawaii. Their program is going to be very real because of the new coaches; we're going to get it going."
Is anyone leading the way?
"If I had to rank them now, I would say Washington, Hawaii, Arizona," he admits. "If I had to sign today, right now, I would pick Washington. But I'm going to let my official visits decide."
Allen will take an official visit to Hawaii this week and Washington next week.
"I'm not taking an Arizona visit, but they're still up there," he says.
Though it's been a concern, the three-star prospect says that qualifying shouldn't be an issue.
"My grades and all that are good, they're better now," he reports. "I just need to take this SAT again and then I'm good to go; I need to score a little bit higher."
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