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Devon Allen 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: December 12, 1994 (age 26 years), Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Height: 1.83 m
Number: 13 (Oregon Ducks football / Wide receiver)
Parents: Joey Knudson, Louis Allen
Siblings: Carissa Allen
Education: Brophy College Preparatory, University of Oregon
Name: Devon Allen
Sport: Track and Field
Event(s): 110-meter Hurdles
Birthplace: Seattle, Wash.
Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.
High School: Brophy Prep High School (Phoenix, Ariz.) ‘13
College: University of Oregon ‘18, Business Administration
Coach(es): Tim O’Neil
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Devon Allen (born December 12, 1994) is an American multi-sport athlete and former wide receiver for the University of Oregon football team, while also competing for the Oregon outdoor track and field team in the 110 meters and 400 meters hurdles.
He was selected to the US team for the 2016 Summer Olympics, winning the US Olympic Trials in the 110 meter hurdles with a personal best of 13.03 seconds.
At the Olympics, Allen reached the final and ran 13.31 to finish 5th.
After winning the national title in 2014, Allen won his third even-numbered year national championship in a row in 2018.
He qualified to represent the United States at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Son of Louis and Joey Allen…Has a fraternal twin sister, Carissa, along with one other sister, Rikki, and a brother, William…
Carissa and Devon were born two months premature and seven hours apart…
Played football at the University of Oregon in addition to running track for the Ducks…
As wide receiver, has played two seasons at Oregon and was a member of the team that reached the 2015 College Football Playoff final…
Hauled in a career-high seven touchdowns during the 2014 season…
Was a four-star football recruit coming out of Brophy Prep…Named the fastest player in college football by NFL.com…
Sustained two torn ACL injuries including one on New Year’s Day 2015 in the Rose Bowl while returning a kickoff against Florida State…
Passed up a potential professional football career…
Was baptized two days before punching his ticket to Rio on the Willamette River in Eugene, Oregon.
Allen’s Parents Both Started GoFundMe Campaigns to Raise Money for Their Trips to Rio
After Allen made the Olympic team in July, Allen’s parents, who are divorced, created their own GoFundMe campaigns to fund trips to Rio de Janeiro.
His father, Louis Allen Jr., who lives in Phoenix, raised $19,065 to pay for him and his fiance Bernadette to go see his son hopefully win an Olympic medal.
Carissa, Allen’s Twin Sister, Is Also an Athlete & Wears the Same Number, 13
Carissa and Allen are twins and both have a dedication to sports. They are very close and both played soccer, basketball and baseball.
Carissa played five sports in high school, notes Oregon Live.
While Allen plays football and runs track at Oregon, Carissa is at Northwest Christian University, playing volleyball.
Allen & Carissa Were Born Seven Hours Apart & Two Months Premature
Allen and Carissa were born in Seattle on December 12, 1994.
They were born seven hours apart, with Carissa being born second, and two months premature.
According to UWire, the two also stayed in the hospital for a month to help their breathing.
Allen Made Sure Both His Parents Were With Him When He Was Baptized
Louis Allen Knew His Son Had Potential in Football When Allen Was 4 Years Old