|High School:||Brophy Prep HS|
2015 —Returning to action only nine months after suffering a knee injury, struggled to regain the proficiency he enjoyed as a freshman with varied results . . . Stepped onto the field in 12 of 13 games, catching nine passes for 94 yards while averaging 10.4 yards per grab . . . Caught passes in five games, including three catches for 28 yards in his second game back vs. Georgia State before returning the following week to grab two receptions for 13 yards against Utah . . . Also nabbed two grabs for a season-high 30 yards in the win over California before being held without a catch in his final three regular-season appearance . . . Stepped onto the field for the first time of the year at Michigan State yet was held without a catch for the first time as a collegian while positioning himself from the line of scrimmage.
2014 — Performed like a seasoned veteran, pacing the Ducks in receiving yards (440) and yards per catch (19.1 avg.) through the first seven games of the season while tying for third in scoring (36 points) . . . Finished the year leading the team in touchdown catches (7) and ranking second in receiving yards (684) despite virtually missing the final two games of the year after injured on the opening kickoff of the Rose Bowl . . . Was on the receiving end of the Ducks’ longest pass-catch of the campaign with his 80-yard grab at Washington State . . . Led Oregon in receiving on two occasions while eclipsing the 100-yard plateau against Washington State (142) and Michigan State (110) . . . After catching one pass for 5 yards in his collegiate debut vs. South Dakota, he proceeded to account for scoring grabs in each of his next four appearances, including a touchdown reception of 70 yards against the Spartans . . .Snapped a seven-game scoring drought with a 4-yard TD catch in the conference championship game vs. Arizona . . . Thirty-one of his 41 catches resulted in first downs or touchdowns, including all five grabs in the regular-season meeting vs. Arizona . . . Also utilized as a kick returner in four games, accumulating 99 yards at California and 69 yards vs. Michigan State while pacing the team with a 26.1-yard average on only eight returns . . . Also picked up 21 yards on his lone carry of the year vs. Colorado . . . Awarded honorable mention academic all-conference honors following the end of the regular season . . . Red-shirted the 2015 track & field season while recovering from football injury.
2013 — Collegiate experience limited as a redshirt freshman while struggling to remain healthy yet made the most of his opportunities in the 2014 spring, both on the football field and the oval track . . . Emerged as one of the program’s most promising receivers of the future during spring drills, culminated with a 49-yard touchdown grab among his two catches for 94 yards and two scores in the Spring Game . . . Scored second at the 2014 Pac-12 Track & Field Championships in both the 110 (13.47) and 400 hurdles (51.19) before snapping the school’s 10-year-old high hurdles school record in the NCAA regionals (13.27) . . . Culminated his inaugural collegiate track season by surging to the NCAA 110-meter hurdles crown in a championship meet-record 13.16 and the second-fastest collegiate clocking ever, before claiming the title at the USATF Outdoor Championships from a veteran field.
BEFORE OREGON — The Rivals.com four-star prospect and 16th-ranked receiver in the country by Scout.com grabbed 43 receptions for 749 yards and nine touchdowns his senior season to go along with 251 yards and five scores on the ground . . . Selected to The Sporting News Top 125 (No. 104), averaged 62.4 receiving yards per game and 17.42 yards per catch . . . Competed in the 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl and was named one of the top five performers through the week of practices before finishing with six catches for 65 yards and one touchdown in the game . . . Earned Division I South All-Section III first-team honors as a wide receiver his final year for the Broncos, who finished the year advancing to the semifinals of the state playoffs with an 11-3 record under head coach Scooter Molander. . . Also named to all-state specialist team as a punt returner, running back 10 punts for 178 yards . . . Caught 44 passes for 844 yards and 14 TDs as a junior plus contributed three rushing TDs to rank third in the league in receiving yards and points … Arizona Football Coaches Association Division I all-state performer as a wide receiver in 2011 … Named first-team all-region as a sophomore after catching 60 passes for 915 yards and six touchdowns … The prep track & field standout claimed the 2012 state titles in the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles, setting state records in both events of 13.52 and 36.39, respectively.
PERSONAL —Major: Business administration.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Academic All-Conference HM
ALLEN'S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 12 [t-58th], Michigan State, 09/06/14; at Washington State, 09/20/14
Touchdowns: 2 [t-41st], Michigan State, 09/06/14; at Washington State, 09/20/14
Rush attempts: 1, Colorado, 11/22/14
Rush yards: 21, Colorado, 11/22/14 (1 carries)
Long rush: 21, Colorado, 11/22/14
Receptions: 7 [t-28th], at Washington State, 09/20/14
Receiving yards: 142 [13th], at Washington State, 09/20/14 (7 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2 [t-6th], Michigan State, 09/06/14; at Washington State, 09/20/14
Long reception: 80 [4th], at Washington State, 09/20/14
Total offense attempts: 1, Colorado, 11/22/14 (1 rush,0 pass)
Total offense yards: 21, Colorado, 11/22/14 (21 rush,0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 179 [t-59th], Michigan State, 09/06/14
Kick returns: 3 [t-35th], Michigan State, 09/06/14; vs California, 10/24/14
Kick return yards: 99 [29th], vs California, 10/24/14 (3 returns)
Long kick return: 45 [t-29th], vs California, 10/24/14
Tackles: 1, Michigan State, 09/06/14 (0-1); Stanford, 11/01/14 (1-0)