Teddy Allen, a 6'4 guard, who was Nebraska's leading scorer before opting out last year has found a new home: He announced he'll play next season at New Mexico State.
Allen was dynamic in his 22 games with the Cornhuskers last season, averaging 16.5 points on over 37 percent three-point shooting, but does come with a bit of a complicated past. This will be his fourth stop at the college level after beginning at West Virginia and briefly attending Wichita State, before settling in at Nebraska last season. He left Wichita State following an arrest in June 2019.
Still, his talent is undeniable, as he will shoot to get the Aggies back to the NCAA Tournament after missing this year for the first time since 2016.