Since bursting onto the scene as a freshman in 2018, Cross Plains junior Cason Allen has done nothing but make plays for the Buffaloes.
As a general rule, the closer the two-way standout has been to the football, the better the outcome has been for coach Daniel Purvis and his squad.
If that same thing holds true in 2020, the Buffs could be in for their best season of the Purvis era. That’s because a move this fall to the quarterback position will have Allen touching the ball every play.
After graduating athlete-turned-quarterback Caleb Hernandez over the offseason, Purvis had a decision to make as to who would be next in line to lead Cross Plains’ spread attack. And after watching Allen account for 814 total yards on just 92 touches last season, the choice was a simple one.