*Keenan Allen  California          Big-play receiver with short-area burst and adequate buildup speed based on his DNA (tape). Has very good size and length. An extremely fluid receiver in terms of movement, he has great body balance, control and excellent positional attributes. Good hand combat and shake to defeat bump and press. A route-runner who creates separation from defenders with smart route running skills and short-area burst. Allen can contort and position his body while leaping for balls; extremely competitive to get dirty and make diving receptions. Soft hands outside frame with snatch-and-pluck elicits good production in traffic, and tracks over-the-shoulder balls and back-shoulder fades very well.  Drops on films viewed resulted from looking to run first and not securing ball, concentration drops. Very good red zone production. Can weave through traffic – but I wouldn’t call it elusiveness. Despite long stride, overall playing speed is this player’s enemy; however, tape and production will truly entice teams. Allen’s private workouts in March were paramount importance, as his 2012 playing time suffered due to a left knee injury; did not work out at the combine.   Softli – First-round talent, early second-round pick.

 

KEENAN ALEXANDER ALLEN

Wide Receiver/Return Specialist

University of California at Berkeley Golden Bears

#21

6:02.4-211

Greensboro, North Carolina

Northern Guilford High School

Grimsley High School

 

OVERVIEW

Regarded by many as the elite receiver prospect eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft, Allen’s size and physicality in defeating press coverage has talent evaluators likening his style of play to that of Green Bay’s Jordy Nelson. With his cat-like moves, balance and body control, he has that initial burst to get behind the defender and stretch the field. He has excellent hand-eye coordination and with his size and ability to track the ball over his shoulder with minimal route adjustment, he is a threat to score from anywhere on the field.

 

One of the most polished route runners in his draft class, Allen adds to his resume with his superb down field blocking skills. He relishes contact competing for the ball in a crowd and has the reach, timing and leaping ability to easily get to the ball at its high point. While he might lack blazing speed, he more than compensates with his vision and smooth acceleration, as this long strider knows how to make up ground in a hurry and is very alert to locating soft areas on the field.

 

A late season knee injury forced Allen to the sidelines for the final three games of his collegiate career, but he still managed to finish as the school’s all-time leader with 205 receptions, the 17th-beszt total in Pac-12 Conference annals, as that figure placed the junior 13th among active players at the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision level. His 2,570 yards receiving are good for third in school history, as he found the end zone seventeen times with his areal grabs, the seventh-best career total by a Golden Bear.

 

The African-American Studies major was a “recruiting coup” for California, as former head coach Jeff Tedford ventured into Southeastern Conference/Atlantic Coast Conference territory to secure Allen’s services. The North Carolina product was later joined by his half-brother, quarterback, Zach Maynard, as the University of Buffalo transfer joined the Bears program for the 2010 campaign. The duo would hook up for the longest pass play in school history when they connected for a 90-yard score at Washington in 2011.

 

Allen was a coveted five-star prospect (Scout.com, Rivals.com and ESPN.com) during his playing days at Northern Guilford High School, where he competed as a junior and senior after spending two seasons at Grimsley High, teaming with his half-brother, Zach Maynard at that school. He ranked fifth on the Rivals “Top 250” list, as that recruiting service also regarded him as the state’s best overall prospect, in addition to rating him the nation’s top safety.

 

ESPN placed Allen fifth on their prep national prospect list and Maxpreps.com ranked him eighth on their prospect chart, also according him All-American first-team honors during his senior campaign. Parade and USA Today also selected the two-way player to their 2009 All-American squads. Few players in the nation would put on the performance to match Allen’s during his final campaign.

 

On defense, Allen recorded 64 tackles with nine interceptions while breaking up fifteen other throws and forcing three fumbles to receive All-State honors during his junior season. As a senior, he registered 145 tackles and came up with eight interceptions to help North Guilford High capture its first Class 3A Mid-State Conference championship and finish with a 12-2 overall record. On offense, he snared 42 passes for 880 yards and fourteen touchdowns, scoring twelve more times on just 39 carries for 644 yards as a senior. In two seasons at North Guilford, he found the end zone 53 times for the offensive unit.

 

The California signee was called by nationally renowned prep recruiter Tom Lemming, “the type of athlete who should make a major impact as a true freshman. This guy is a really good football player.” Allen played in eleven games, starting nine contests as a true freshman. He received Freshman All-American honors, as the California standout was named to the All-Pac 10 Conference second-team unit as an all-purpose back in 2010, after he broke DeSean Jackson’s school freshman season record of 38 receptions.

 

Allen finished second on the squad with 46 catches for 490 yards (10.65 ypc) and five touchdowns. He scored again while generating 136 yards on 18 carries, tossed a 17-yard touchdown pass vs. Stanford and averaged 22.56 on eighteen kickoff returns. He also produced three solo tackles while averaging 94.55 all-purpose yards per game.

 

Allen continued to rise up the record charts, as the All-American third-team and All-Pac 12 Conference first-team selection ranked second in the league and 11th in the nation with an average of 7.54 receptions per game, finishing tenth in the FBS with a yardage average of 103.31 yards. His 98 grabs for 1,343 yards in 2011 both rank second on the school season-record lists, finding the end zone six times as a sophomore. The team MVP would gain over 100 yards receiving in five of the eleven games he started.

 

Allen was a Biletnikoff Award (nation’s top receiver) preseason favorite entering the 2012 campaign, but the California offense struggled to find an identity at quarterback. The junior was fully recovered from 2012 spring ankle surgery by the starter of the season and did manage to snare at least eight passes in four of the nine games he appeared in, but a left knee injury suffered in the fourth quarter of the Utah clash would sideline the All-American for his final three contests.

 

Allen placed third in the league and 20th in the nation with an average of 6.78 receptions per game, hauling in 61 tosses for 737 yards (12.08 ypc) and six touchdowns. He led the Pac-12 and was eighth nationally with an average of 14.13 yards (fifth-best on the school season-record chart) on fifteen punt returns that included a 69-yard score vs. Southern Utah. He added another touchdown on three carries and averaged 109.78 all-purpose yards per game.

 

With head coach Jeff Tedford dismissed after the 2012 season, Allen decided it was time to forgo his final year of college eligibility and announced that he was entering the 2013 NFL Draft. He would leave the university as the Bears’ all-time leader with 205 catches, collecting 3,458 all-purpose yards while recording the seventh-best punt return average in Cal annals (12.0 avg).

 

“I am grateful for all of the opportunities the University of California has provided me over the past three seasons,” Allen said. “The experience and friendships I have gained at Cal will help me throughout my life both on and off the field. I have always dreamed of having an opportunity to play in the NFL, and my time at Cal has helped me get to the point in my career where I believe I am ready to take that next step. I am thankful for my experience at Cal and am excited about what the future holds.”

 

Expected to be one of the first receivers to hear his name called on draft day, Allen will likely add to the school’s total of 26 first-round picks and 220 selections overall since the NFL Draft began in 1936. Cal has produced three first-round selections in the past four years and eight in the last eleven.

 

 

The university has seen two players selected in the first or second round of each of the last three drafts and at least one player selected in the second round or higher in each of the past six seasons. With six players chosen in the 2012 NFL Draft, that total equaled the second-most in school history (also 1977 and 2008). The most Cal players selected in a single draft were the ten picked in 1952.

 

CAREER NOTES

Allen started 29-of-33 games at California, setting the school career-record with 205 receptions, placing third in Cal annals with 2,570 aerial yards (12.54 ypc) and seventh with seventeen touchdowns…Carried 30 times for 230 yards (7.67 ypc) and two scores, as he also completed all three pass attempts for 52 yards and a touchdown…Returned 21 punts for 252 yards (12.0 avg) and a score, adding 406 yards on eighteen kickoff returns (22.56 avg)…Scored 120 points and chipped in with seven solo tackles…On 274 touches, he generated 3,458 all-purpose yards (12.62 yards per attempt/104.79 yards per game)…His 205 receptions rank 17th in Pac-12 Conference history and place 13th among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers, in addition to topping the previous school all-time record of 202 grabs by Geoff McArthur (2000-04)…His 2,570 yards rank behind McArthur (3,188) and Bobby Shaw (2,731; 1994-97) on the California career-record list…His seven-teen touchdown catches are the seventh-best career total by a Cal performer…Placed sixth in school history with seven 100-yard receiving performances, including five during his 2011 campaign…Ranks seventh on the Bears’ all-time list with an average of 12.0 yards per punt return…Allen had at least one reception in each of his 36 contests for the Golden Bears, and at least two in each of his last 32 games…The receiver registered 34 career catches of 20 or more yards and added another two “explosive” plays on the ground for a career total of 36…Led or co-led all Cal receivers in receptions 28 times and receiving yards on twenty occasions…Allen equaled DeSean Jackson as the fastest player in Cal history to reach both 1,000 career receiving yards in his sixteenth career contest vs. Utah and 100 career receptions in his eighteenth game vs. Washington State, both in 2011, as Jackson reached both respective marks in 2006 in the same number of total games in his career.

 

 

Allen’s career was highlighted by his 2011 sophomore season when he posted career highs of 98 receptions and 1,343 receiving yards that were both second on Cal’s all-time single-season lists, while adding a career-high-tying six touchdown catches. Allen earned first-teamed All-Pac-12 honors and was one of 10 national semifinalists for the Biletnikoff Award in 2011. His averages of 7.54 receptions and 103.31 receiving yards per game ranked second and fourth nationally, while respectively checking in at 11th and 10th nationally. He briefly led the nation in receiving yards per game for two weeks midway through the campaign and also got to the 1,000-yard single-season receiving mark faster than anyone else in school history in the ninth game of the campaign vs. Washington State.

 

 

Allen posted one of the top seasons by a true freshman wide receiver in school history at Cal in 2010 after coming to Berkeley as a five-star recruit that was one of the most heralded in the nation in the 2010 signing class. Allen was a fourth-team Freshman All-American selection by Phil Steele and an honorable mention Freshman All-American according to College Football News when he broke Cal’s record for receptions by a true freshman with 46 for 490 receiving yards, surpassing Jackson’s previous mark of 38. He also added a team-high five touchdown grabs and led the squad with a kick return average of 22.56 yards per return on a team-high 18 returns. He had one of the most memorable debuts in Cal football history in the season opener vs. UC Davis when he caught four passes for a season-high 120 yards, including a season-long 48-yard touchdown reception, while totaling 176 all purpose yards by adding 38 yards rushing and a touchdown on three carries, as well as one kick return for 18 yards.

on the receiving end of a 90-yard touchdown pass from Zach Maynard at Washington in 2011 that is the longest pass play in school history … his 13 catches vs. USC in 2011 is tied for third on Cal’s single-game reception list, while his 197 receiving yards at Washington the same season is fifth … equaled DeSean Jackson as the fastest player in Cal history to reach both 1,000 career receiving yards in his 16th career contest vs. Utah and 100 career receptions in his 18th game vs. Washington State, both in 2011, as Jackson reached both respective marks in 2006 in the same number of total games in his career … had at least one reception in each of his 33 collegiate contests and at least two in each of his last 29 games … completed all three of his career passes he attempted for 52 yards and a touchdown, giving him an astronomical career passer efficiency rating of 355.60 … had 34 career catches of 20 or more yards and added another two “explosive” plays on the ground for a career total of 36 … had seven career 100-yard receiving games to rank tied for sixth on Cal’s all-time list … led or co-led all Cal receivers in receptions 26 times and receiving yards on 18 occasions over 33 collegiate contests … also had seven tackles.

 

2012 SEASON

Allen earned All-American Dream Team honors from The NFL Draft Report, as that scouting information service rates him the best receiver prospect eligible for the 2013 draft…A left knee injury (posterior cruciate ligament) in the fourth quarter vs. Utah would sideline the junior for the final three games, resulting in the Bear receiving only All-Pac 12 Conference honorable mention from the league’s coaches…The preseason Heisman Trophy contender was also on the watch lists for the Biletnikoff Award, CFPA Special Teams Trophy, CFPA Wide Receiver Trophy, Maxwell Award, Paul Hornung Award and Walter Camp Player of the Year given to the nation’s top player, special teams player and receiver accordingly…Allen was also a candidate for the Paul Warfield Award, given annually to the country’s top receiver and the Paul Hornung Award, bestowed upon the nation’s most versatile player…After missing all of spring drills and the early stages of fall camp while recovering from right ankle surgery (suffered the injury in an early March basketball games), Allen was putting up similar numbers as a junior in 2012 before he went to the sidelines…Despite missing the final three games, he still led the team with 61 receptions for 737 yards (12.08 ypc) and six touchdowns, coming up with twenty more catches than the Bears’ second-ranked receiver…His 61 catches rank ninth on the school season-record list…Five of his six scoring grabs came in his final five contests…Finished third in the league and 20th in the nation with an average of 6.78 receptions per game… Rushed three times for 39 yards (13.00 ypc) and a score…Also completed an 8-yard pass vs. Ohio State and recorded a solo tackle…Led the conference and placed eighth in the nation with fifteen punt returns for 212 yards and a touchdown, as his average of 14.13 yards rank fifth on the school season-record list…Placed second the team among non-quarterbacks with nine “explosive plays” of 20 or more yards from the line of scrimmage and became Cal’s all-time leader in receptions in the final game of his collegiate career at Utah when he surpassed previous record-holder Geoff McArthur (202, 2000-04)…Posted his biggest game of the season statistically at Washington State when he made eleven catches for 166 yards, including a season-long 69-yarder for a touchdown to earn honor-able mention Wide Receiver Performer of the Week honors from the CFPA, while adding two punt returns for 14 yards and a season-high 180 all purpose yards…Had nine catches on two occasions in back-to-back games at Ohio State (80 yards) and Southern California (93 yards), adding an eight-yard completion to Zach Maynard on his lone passing attempt of the season vs. the Buckeyes…Snatched eight balls for 79 yards receiving and the lone two-touchdown reception game of his career vs. UCLA…Added six catches for 67 yards as well as two rushes for 35 yards and a touchdown on a season-long 39-yard run in the season opener vs. Nevada…Credited with five catches and a touchdown reception vs. both Southern Utah (69 yards) and Utah (61 yards), adding the biggest punt return day of his career vs. the Thunderbirds with three returns for 94 yards and a 69-yard touchdown to earn CFPA National Punt Returner Performer of the Week honors…Nominated twice for the GEICO Play of the Year for the 69-yard punt return vs. Southern Utah and 69-yard touch-down reception at Washington State.

 

2011 SEASON

Allen received All-American first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report…The Bear Backers MVP Award winner was a semi-finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, as the first-team All-Pac 12 Conference choice was a member of the watch lists for the Paul Hornung Award and Paul Warfield Award…Selected National Wide Receiver Performer of the Week by the CFPA for his performance in the Washington clash…Gained over 100 yards receiving in five of the eleven contests he started (came off the bench vs. Presbyterian and UCLA), as he led the team, placed second in the league and ranked 11th in the nation with an average of 7.54 receptions per game…Ranked fourth in the Pac-12 and tenth nationally, as he averaged 103.31 aerial yards per game…Caught a career-high 98 passes for 1,343 yards (13.70 ypc) and six touchdowns…The only Cal receiver to have a better campaign on the school season-record charts was Geoff McArthur, who holds the annual marks with 100 receptions for 1,504 yards in 2003…The only other California receivers to gain over 1,000 yards receiving in a season than that duo Dameane Douglas (1,150 in 1998), Bobby Shaw (1,093; 1997), Sean Dawkins (1,070; 1992) and DeSean Jackson (1,060; 2006)…Added 55 yards on nine carries (6.11 ypc), as he completed a 27-yard pass vs. Colorado and had four punt returns for 32 yards (8.0 avg)…Recorded three solo tackles and ranked 12th in the league with an average of 110.00 all-purpose yards per game…Led the team’s running backs, tight ends and receivers with 18 “explosive plays” of 20 or more yards from the line of scrimmage, along with leading the team in receptions 12 times and receiving yards on eight occasions…Had a huge game at Washington, posting 10 catches and a career-high 197 receiving yards (fifth-most all-time in a single game at Cal and the seventh-most in a 2011 contest by a Pac-12 receiver) to earn Wide Receiver Performer of the Week honors from the College Football Performance Awards for the first time in his career. He added a season-high-tying two rushes for a season-high 20 yards vs. the Huskies, including a season-long 19-yarder, to finish with a career-high 217 all purpose yards. Allen took a short pass from Maynard in the first quarter at Washington and turned it into a 90-yard touchdown reception that is the longest pass play in Cal history…Came back in the next two games to post nine receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown at Oregon and then a career-high 13 receptions for 160 receiving yards vs. USC to pick up honorable mention CFPA Wide Receiver Performer of the Week honors both weeks…Became the only Pac-12 player to post three games of 160 or more receiving yards in 2011…Also had 100-yard receiving games in the first two contests of the season vs. Fresno State (8-112) and at Colorado (6-104-TD), adding a key 32-yard reception on first down and 30 yards to go in overtime and then two plays later catching a game-winning three-yard touchdown pass from Maynard at Colorado, when he also had a 27-yard completion to Maynard as well as a one-yard rush…Posted nine catches for 82 yards and a season-high-tying two rushes for eight yards in the Holiday Bowl vs. Texas.

 

2010 SEASON

Allen earned Freshman All-American second-team accolades from The NFL Draft Report and honorable mention from College Football News…The second-team All-Pac 10 Conference choice as an all-purpose back, was actually selected the best freshman defensive back in a preseason poll conducted by Lindy’s magazine, but would spend the entire season on offense, where he finished second on the team with 46 receptions for 490 yards (10.65 ypc) and five touchdowns, breaking the previous school freshman season-record of 38 catches by DeSean Jackson in 2005…Started nine games for the Bears, coming off the bench vs. Nevada and Arizona…Added 136 yards and a touchdown on 18 carries (7.56 ypc) and completed a 17-yard pass for a touchdown vs. Stanford…Returned 18 kickoffs for 406 yards, ranking ninth in the Pac-10 with a 22.56-yard average…Also gained 8 yards on two punt returns, recorded three solo tackles and ranked second on the squad with 1,040 all-purpose yards, placing 15th in the league with an average of 94.55 yards per game…Posted his biggest all purpose game of the season vs. Stanford, going for a season-high 188 all purpose yards, with a season-high-tying eight catches for 51 yards, two rushes for 17 yards and five kick returns for a career-high 120 yards, while also hitting Jones with the touchdown pass…Began his record-setting rookie season by making one of the most memorable debuts in Cal football history in the season opener vs. Cal-Davis, when he caught four passes for a season-high 120 yards, including a season-long 48-yard touchdown reception, while totaling 176 all purpose yards by adding 38 yards rushing and a touchdown on three carries, as well as one kick return for 18 yards. His 120 receiving yards vs. Cal-Davis were the most in a single game by any Cal receiver since LaReylle Cunningham had 138 at Maryland on September 13th, 2008…Recorded a season-high-tying eight catches for 68 yards and a career-high six kick returns that he brought back for 106 yards at Oregon State for a total of 174 all purpose yards…Gained 151 all- purpose yards vs. Washington with seven rushes and 60 yards rushing, including a career-long 45-yarder, four catches for 46 yards, two kick returns for 37 yards, and a career-high-tying two punt returns (his lone two of the season) for a season-high eight yards…Totaled five triple-digit all purpose yardage games, adding another with 140 vs. Arizona State (team-high six catches, 40 yards; two kick returns, 106 yards) that included a career-long 61-yard kick return that was also the longest by a Cal player in 2010 as he earned Pac-10 Special Teams Player of the Week honors for the first time in his career.

 

INJURY REPORT

2010 Season…Allen injured his knee during pre-game warmups at Washington State (11/06) and did not play.

2012 Season…Prior to the start of spring drills, former head coach Jeff Tedford announced on March 7th that Allen would miss that camp to undergo right ankle surgery. He would return to limited duties during August camp, as he was not yet fully recovered to participate in all the drills when the team reported back to school. “I’d say I’m about 85 percent,” the premier wide receiver said in late July at the Pac-12 Conference Media Day at Universal Studios. “I feel I can make any cut I want to. It’s about going a full four quarters. It gets fatigued at times.” Like many athletes before him in sports other than basketball, Allen severely injured his ankle playing basketball. The injury to his right ankle occurred in early March, and he was still feeling the effects in late July. “It definitely put me into a reality check,” he said. “I’m not saying I was invincible, but I didn’t think I’d get hurt. I play basketball every day. I didn’t realize it was going to take four months. It feels like a year.”…Prior to the team breaking fall camp, Tedford said Allen was fully recovered to play in the September 1st opener vs. Nevada. “As far as I know, it’s fine,” Tedford said. “He’s getting close to being 100 percent. We’ll take it slow to be sure he’s where he needs to be.”…In the Utah clash (10/27), Allen suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury in his left knee and was ruled out of the team’s final three games vs. Washington, Oregon and Oregon State. He hurt the knee late in the fourth quarter and it appeared to be a minor injury, at first. But, when swelling failed to subside, he would not suit up again for the Bears.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.53 in the 40-yard dash…1.57 10-yard dash…2.55 20-yard dash…4.28 20-yard shuttle…

11.22 60-yard shuttle…7.12 three-cone drill…35-inch vertical jump…9’7” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 17 times…32 ¼-inch arm length…9 ¾-inch hands…76 ½-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Allen was a coveted five-star prospect (Scout.com, Rivals.com and ESPN.com) during his playing days at Northern Guilford (Greensboro, N.C.) High School, where he competed as a junior and senior after spending two seasons at Grimsley High, teaming with his half-brother, Zach Maynard at that school…Ranked fifth on the Rivals “Top 250” list, as that recruiting service also regarded him as the state’s best overall prospect, in addition to rating him the nation’s top safety…ESPN placed Allen fifth on their prep national prospect list and Maxpreps.com ranked him eighth on their prospect chart, also according him All-American first-team honors during his senior campaign…Parade and USA Today also selected the two-way player to their 2009 All-American squads…On defense, Allen posted 64 tackles with nine interceptions while breaking up fifteen other throws and forcing three fumbles to receive All-State honors during his junior season…As a senior, he registered 145 tackles and came up with eight interceptions to help North Guilford High capture its first Class 3A Mid-State Conference championship and finish with a 12-2 overall record… On offense, he snared 42 passes for 880 yards and fourteen touchdowns, scoring twelve more times on just 39 carries for 644 yards as a senior, as he also completed all three pass attempts for 50 yards and a touchdown…In two seasons at North Guilford, he found the end zone 53 times for the offensive unit.

 

PERSONAL

African-American Studies major…Son of Dorie Maynard Lang and step-father, Scott Lang…Half-brother, Zach Maynard, was a quarterback at the University of Buffalo before transferring to California, where the two would spent the 2010-12 seasons as teammates…

Born Keenan Alexander Allen on 4/27/92…Resides in Greensboro, North Carolina.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RECEIVING STATISTICS…R/PG indicates receptions per game…GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game.
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG R/PG GM/AVG
2010 11 09   46    0490 10.65  05    48   4.18    044.55
2011 13 11   98    1343 13.70  06    90   7.54    103.31
2012 09 09   61    0737 12.08  06    69   6.78    081.89
TOTAL 33 29 205    2570 12.54  17    90   6.21    077.88

 

RUSHING STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG TK SO AS FR FC
2010  18      136 07.56  01    45  03  03  00  00  00
2011  09      055 06.11  00    19  03  03  00  00  00
2012  03      039 13.00  01    39  01  01  00  00  00
TOTAL  30      230 07.67  02    45  07  07  00  00  00

 

PUNT RETURNS KICKOFF RETURNS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2010  02      008 04.00  00    08  18      406 22.56  00    61
2011  04      032 08.00  00    12  00      000 00.00  00    00
2012  15      212 14.13  01    69  00      000 00.00  00    00
TOTAL  21      252 12.00  01    69  18      406 22.56  00    61

 

 

 

PASSING STATISTICS
STATS ATT COMP PCT YARDS TD INT LONG
2010   01      01 100.00        17  01  00    17
2011   01      01 100.00        27  00  00    27
2012   01      01 100.00        08  00  00    08
TOTAL   03      03 100.00        52  01  00    27

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2010 11      084    0490    136    406    008    1040   06  12.38    094.55
2011 13      111    1343    055    000    032    1430   06  12.88    110.00
2012 09      079    0737    039    000    212    0988   08   12.51    109.78
TOTAL 33      274    2570    230    406    252    3458   20   12.62    104.79

 

ALLEN GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Pts

Tackles

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Nevada 09/01/12 Nevada 24-31

Yes

2

39

4

35

1

6

67

0

3

39

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Southern Utah 09/08/12 SUU 50-31

Yes

1

4

0

4

0

5

69

1

3

94

1

2

12

0

0

0

0

0

Ohio St. 09/15/12 at Ohio St. 28-35

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

80

0

1

-9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

USC 09/22/12 at USC 9-27

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

93

0

2

15

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 09/29/12 Arizona St. 17-27

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

79

1

2

10

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

UCLA 10/06/12 UCLA 43-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

79

2

1

20

0

2

12

0

0

0

0

0

Washington St. 10/13/12 at WSU 31-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

11

166

1

2

14

0

1

6

0

1

0

0

0

Stanford 10/20/12 Stanford 3-21

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

4

43

0

1

29

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Utah 10/27/12 at Utah 27-49

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

5

61

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Washington 11/02/12 Washington 13-21

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon 11/10/12 Oregon 17-59

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon St. 11/17/12 at OSU 14-62

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

3

43

4

39

1

61

737

6

15

212

1

8

48

0

1

0

0

0

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Pts

Tackles

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Fresno St. 09/03/11 Fresno St. 36-21

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

112

0

1

7

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Colorado 09/10/11 at Colorado 36-33

Yes

1

1

0

1

0

6

104

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Presbyterian 09/17/11 Presbyterian 63-12

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

85

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Washington 09/24/11 at Washington 23-31

Yes

2

20

0

20

0

10

197

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon 10/06/11 at Oregon 15-43

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

9

170

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

USC 10/13/11 USC 9-30

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

13

160

0

1

5

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Utah 10/22/11 Utah 34-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

78

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

UCLA 10/29/11 at UCLA 14-31

Yes

1

12

0

12

0

7

83

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Washington St. 11/05/11 WSU 30-7

Yes

1

8

0

8

0

8

85

0

2

20

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon St. 11/12/11 Oregon St. 23-6

Yes

1

0

0

0

0

3

29

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Stanford 11/19/11 at Stanford 28-31

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

6

97

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

1

0

0

0

Arizona St. 11/25/11 at Arizona St. 47-38

Yes

1

6

0

6

0

5

61

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Texas 12/28/11 Texas 10-21

Yes

2

16

8

8

0

9

82

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

9

63

8

55

0

98

1343

6

4

32

0

6

36

0

3

0

0

0

 

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Punt Ret.

Kickoff
Ret.

Pts

Tackles

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

UC Davis 09/04/10 UC Davis 52-3

Yes

3

38

0

38

1

4

120

1

0

0

0

1

18

0

2

12

0

0

0

0

0

Colorado 09/11/10 Colorado 52-7

Yes

1

6

0

6

0

5

57

1

0

0

0

1

17

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Nevada 09/17/10 at Nevada 31-52

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

1

8

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

Arizona 09/25/10 at Arizona 9-10

Yes

1

6

0

6

0

1

9

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UCLA 10/09/10 UCLA 35-7

Yes

2

14

4

10

0

3

19

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

USC 10/16/10 at USC 14-48

Yes

1

0

1

-1

0

4

61

1

0

0

0

1

8

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 10/23/10 Arizona St. 50-17

Yes

1

0

0

0

0

6

40

1

0

0

0

2

100

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon St. 10/30/10 at OSU 7-35

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

8

68

0

0

0

0

6

106

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wash. St. 11/06/10 at WSU 20-13

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon 11/13/10 Oregon 13-15

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

2

11

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Stanford 11/20/10 Stanford 14-48

Yes

2

17

0

17

0

8

51

0

0

0

0

5

120

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Washington 11/27/10 Washington 13-16

Yes

7

71

11

60

0

4

46

0

2

8

0

2

37

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

18

152

16

136

1

46

490

5

2

8

0

18

406

0

6

36

0

3

0

0

0

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board