Orchard Lake (Mich.) St. Marys defensive back Dionte Allen made it to two Big Ten camps last week and both schools are among Allen's top five.
Allen began the week at Michigan, then later went to Ohio State, though he didn't work out at the Buckeyes' senior advanced camp on Friday.
"I liked it (at Ohio State)," Allen said. "They are doing a lot of rebuilding with the facilities. They showed me the building construction. Once they get done it's going to be real nice.
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Allen attended Michigan's camp for one day.
"I worked out," he said. "I did the one-on-one and seven-on-seven stuff. And I talked to all the coaches."
Next up for Allen might be a trip south.
"I'll probably visit Florida State in July," he said.
The Seminoles, Buckeyes and Wolverines are high on Allen's list.
"I have my top five," he said. "It's Florida State, Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame and Miami. It's open. There's no favorite. I'll probably take official visits."
The 6-foot-0 and 170-pound Allen, a four-star prospect, intercepted seven passes during his junior season. He plays both cornerback and wide receiver, but will play in the secondary in college.