Kevaughn Allen will honor his initial commitment and will enroll at Florida next season, according to multiple reports. Allen was expected by many to ask for a release from his letter of intent, and his father went on a radio show in Arkansas to say that his son would ask for the release.
Allen is a four-star recruit from Arkansas. He’s ranked in the top 75 of the Class of 2015, according to Rivals, and should be able to have an immediate impact for the Gators. A strong, athletic defender, the 6-foot-3 Allen has three-point range and the kind of length that makes him play bigger than his size.
Allen was arguably the best player in Florida’s four-man recruiting class, and while new Gator head coach Mike White lost Noah Dickerson, he managed to keep forwards Keith Stone and Kevarrius Hayes as a part of the incoming class.
That’s a good sign for White’s ability to recruit, let alone for the Florida program under his watch.