Four-star RB schedules first official

Four-star running back Allan Wasonga out of Parkersburg, W.V. is starting to schedule official visits. The 5-foot-8, 196-pounder plans to take his first at the end of the month, where is he headed?
"I'm not addressing recruiting as much as I need to be, I'm not too worried about it, but once the season is over I'm going figure out where I want to go," he said. "I do have one official visit I am going to take to Penn State coming up on October 30th. That's the only official visit I have right now.
"The last time I went there I liked everything about the campus. It has an it factor to it and I want to see if I experience that feeling again there."

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Wasonga has another official in mind sometime, but has yet to schedule it.
"I want to take an official to West Virginia since it's my home state school and I want to look there," he said. "I've never had a chance to take a great look. I haven't set that visit up."
The No. 1 prospect in West Virginia claims he is looking at his other offers including Bowling Green, Marshall, Ohio, Pittsburgh and Syracuse along with any other school coming in.
"I haven't narrowed my list," he said. "I just need to take my official visits. The five officials I take will probably be my top five. Anyone that comes in now, I'll let it happen and I'll take more visits after the season is over."
On the field, Wasonga missed the first three weeks of the season due to a hip flexor injury, but has returned strong in recent weeks.
"We're 3-3 right now, we lost two games without me and one with me," he said. "I've played in about four games and have 700-yards rushing and eight touchdowns.
"I haven't played quite where I played last year. Last year I had 2,300-yards rushing and this year I wanted to get more yards, but my goal is to at least get 1,500-yards and to help my team win a championship. I think I've improved a lot since last year though. I'm more aware of the game and what I'm doing on offense. I'm more of a team player, I know my reads, blocking and routes."