Dejon Allen remains committed to Arizona State but a lot of other Pac-12 schools are coming after the three-star offensive guard from Compton (Calif.) Dominguez and he admitted January is going to be a busy month.
UCLA, Washington, Arizona and Washington State are the main programs interested in flipping Allen, who committed to the Sun Devils in late May. Since then there have been coaching changes around the conference and it's something Allen said he's been watching.
"Right now I'm staying committed to Arizona State unless I feel I have a change of heart and I want to go someplace else," Allen said at the Cal State Game.
"I talked to the offensive line coach there and we just discussed things. I'm pretty much solid but I'm kind of looking at other schools, too."
Allen, a 6-foot-3, 265-pound prospect, said he plans to visit UCLA, Washington, Arizona and Arizona State before National Signing Day. A trip to Washington State might also happen but nothing has been penciled in yet.
The new staff at UCLA is making a push for Allen, rated as the No. 32 offensive guard in the 2012 class and No. 91 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
Compton Dominguez teammate Lacy Westbrook is already committed to the Bruins and Allen said he knows a few of the coaches so that could play a factor in his recruitment.
Allen was recruited to Arizona State by coach Steve Broussard, who has now moved on to UCLA.
"They're getting higher on the list," Allen said of the Bruins.
"My recruiting coordinator from Arizona State went there and the offensive coordinator went there so that's important. They've been pushing me a little bit to go there but I'm pretty much committed to Arizona State until otherwise."