Michigan has reportedly reached out to class of 2017 guard Thomas Allen.
Allen was previously committed to N.C. State, but received a full release from his commitment this week.
The 6-foot-2 guard is ranked 150th nationally according to 247 Sports Composite and is regarded as a three-star prospect. The North Carolina native played his senior year at Brewster, where he was named NEPSAC Player of the Year and helped the Bobcats to a 33-0 record.
On film he looks to be a scoring guard with the ability to knock down the three consistently. He scored 50 points in a win over Bridgton this winter in a performance that featured 11 made three-pointers on 16 attempts. Here’s video of that performance:
Since being granted his release, Allen retweeted a list of schools that have reached out which includes Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Texas, Auburn, Tennessee, Providence, Butler, Xavier and Nebraksa.
Since being granted a full release from NCST, the following schools have inquired about Brewster's 2017 4⭐️ PG Thomas Allen… pic.twitter.com/lJY53Gssgb
— Ray (@RAM_Prospects) March 29, 2017