Redwood’s Cooper Allen, shown here in converting a PAT in a 2014 game, has been an all-around contributor to the Rangers’ 3-0 start in 2016. As a defensive back, he has an interception; as a receiver, he has 106 yards and two touchdowns; and on special teams he’s averaged 39.6 yards per punt and is 16 for 16 on his kicks, including three field goals.
Redwood’s Cooper Allen, shown here in converting a PAT in a 2014 game, has been an all-around contributor to the Rangers’ 3-0 start in 2016. As a defensive back, he has an interception; as a receiver, he has 106 yards and two touchdowns; and on special teams he’s averaged 39.6 yards per punt and is 16 for 16 on his kicks, including three field goals. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file
Redwood’s Cooper Allen, shown here in converting a PAT in a 2014 game, has been an all-around contributor to the Rangers’ 3-0 start in 2016. As a defensive back, he has an interception; as a receiver, he has 106 yards and two touchdowns; and on special teams he’s averaged 39.6 yards per punt and is 16 for 16 on his kicks, including three field goals. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee file

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