Allen leaves West Virginia with 13 scholarship players on the roster and the program is still recruiting Tacoma (Wa.) wing Emmitt Matthews, who is now on an official visit to campus. But he couldn't consistently produce as a reserve. He ultimately chose West Virginia over offers from Iowa State, Middle Tennessee State, George Mason, DePaul and Virginia Tech. Allen received Super-State honors after averaging 31.6 points and 13.0 rebounds as a senior at Boys Town, becoming the first boys player in the state to average more than 30 points per game since 1996. http://theafricom.com/2018/05/04/teddy-allen-granted-release-from-wvu.html Creighton would seem an obvious choice. When I played football at Heelan our only loss was to Boys Town. I remember all the nice stuff Fr. Flanagan had for his team that we didn't enjoy on ours.