Kyle Allen on Ohio State, Notre Dame, Wisconsin and the Elite 11

Allen is one of the best passers in the country.

Kyle Allen, a top quarterback recruit from Scottsdale (AZ) Desert Mountain High School, spoke with SB Nation about his time at the Elite 11 Chicago tour stop.

Allen's recruitment is blowing up. He's added recent offers from Notre Dame and Ohio State. He's long been recruited by UCLA and Arizona State. Scout now regards him as the No. 1 pro-style passer.

Allen discussed his recent Buckeyes offer and how we would fit into Urban Meyer's offense, since he is a pocket passer and Meyer has traditionally used a running quarterback, like Braxton Miller.

Allen also told SB Nation what he is looking for in a school and what he plans to major in. He also discusses his upcoming visits.

I chatted with Allen a bit on Sunday after the video interview from Friday. He said that he enjoyed his Saturday to Wisconsin, and got to meet with Coach Anderson and Coach Ludwig, who he described as a film junkie. Allen likes Wisconsin, but I did not get the impression that the Badgers have vaulted into the lead.

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