Pac-12 schools after Allison

Jeremiah Allison is starting to hear more from Stanford and the Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey standout said he is strongly considering the Cardinal in his recruitment. A visit there could happen but the three-star outside linebacker hasn't set one up yet.
"I believe I'm going to take a trip to Stanford," Allison said at the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. "I just reported my scores to them so I'm just waiting for the coaches to get back at me.
"It would be a huge honor. Just being recognized by a school of that caliber is a total blessing so it would be a huge honor."

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UCLA is a serious option as well for Allison, rated No. 48 at outside linebacker in the 2012 class and No. 58 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com, for numerous reasons.
Allison's mother became seriously ill over the holidays so staying close to home for college could be a priority moving forward plus the three-star knows a lot of the new Bruins' coaches.
"With the fact that they have new coaches, I heard they had a recruiting thing, I wasn't able to attend but they've sent some mail and said they want me to be part of the program," Allison said.
"I look forward to talking to the coaches and I know coach (Demetrice) Martin, coach (Adrian) Klemm and coach (Steve) Broussard. That is a huge option as well. It's close to home, my mom and being what it might be I have an older sister and a younger brother so that would be an option."
Washington State, Boise State, San Jose State and Nevada are also some favorites for Allison, a 6-foot-1, 210-pound prospect.
Over the next few weeks, Allison is planning visits to Washington State on Jan. 13, UCLA on Jan. 20 and then a trip to either Stanford or Washington on the final weekend before National Signing Day.