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“It’s becoming very comfortable,” Allen said. “I’ve been talking to the coaching staff, watching film a lot and learning to be a point guard because I’m not a combo guard, I’m a point guard and that’s what I’ll have to play if I’m going to play at the next level.”

The adjustment is still taking place. Allen drove into packs a couple of times early in the first half against the Seahawks as part of the Patriots’ forgettable start.

But after Allen played the final 31 minutes without a turnover, Peterson knows more than enough about Mason’s point guard.

“He’s done a great job,” Peterson said. “I like his size. He goes to the goal strong and makes big plays out there. He’s under control. He runs the team and looks like everybody’s listening to him. He’s been a big boost to them.”