Tennis star Leighton Allen can hardly wait to settle in on The 40 Acres next season.
“It’s absolutely unbelievable,” Allen said. “For this to be my new home, it’s just unreal.”
Before Allen makes a big appearance as a Longhorn, they are in the last arrangement of his secondary school profession. It’s a fruitful stretch that is volleyed the Austin local into the main positioned junior in Texas under mentor Scott McCain’s direction.
“I think Leighton’s future is bright.” McCain said. “He knows this is the next step. He’s never skipped a step.”
Each progression on the lesser circuit drove Allen to a minute he imagined when they previously got a racket – authoritatively marking their UT letter of goal.
“When I was about 10 or 11 I did a tennis lesson with Lori Cusano and ever since then I just felt like I could do something with it and become a really good player.” Allen said.
At present, the UT list highlights ability from over the globe, however only one local Texan. Before long, Allen will have the option to help their old neighborhood Horns win another title.
“He’s earned it, they’re a National championship team, and I think that they’re gonna have a chance to stay that way for the next several years with the recruiting class they have.” McCain said.
A class featured by a neighborhood ability not prepared to look past this subsequent stage.
“If I’m good enough maybe try to go become a professional tennis player, but I just want to be the best tennis player and the best person I can be.” Allen said. “Coming to the University of Texas, I think Bruce Berque and Brandon Wagner are gonna make me not only a better tennis player, but a better person off the court as well.”