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ASU Football commit Rylon Dillard-Allen will officially visit Texas A&M

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As his junior year of high school is trickling towards the end of it, Moutain Pointe safety Rylon Dillard-Allen is still pondering over where he will go to college despite committing to ASU in April.

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Posting on his X (formerly Twitter) account, he revealed a graphic showing that he has an official visit with Texas A&M “locked in” for June 13-15.

Dillard-Allen is ranked as the No. 2 high school player overall and No. 1 safety in Arizona from the class of 2025, according to On3.

Only appearing in six games this past year due to transfer rules from the AIA, the Phoenix native will enter his senior season at Moutain Pointe next school year before making the jump to college. With the Pride, he recorded 43 tackles, two interceptions, scored a pick-six and forced one fumble.

According to 247Sports, they rate Dillard-Allen as a three-star recruit while ESPN has him labeled as a four-star who committed to ASU.

Even though there were other Division I programs like Kansas, Kansas State, Arizona and Colorado State among others who were interested in recruiting Dillard-Allen, Arizona State’s defensive coordinator Brian Ward was able to convince the highly-regarded safety to commit to the Sun Devils.

But now that he has a visit scheduled with Texas A&M next month, Dillard-Allen may be open to changing his mind and going elsewhere.

Burn City Sports will help you stay up-to-date on the latest developments around this situation at ASU.

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Alec Cipollini covers Phoenix Sports News for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on his X account, @AlecCipollini

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