Geronimo Allison attended Spoto High School in Riverview, FL and despite some academic struggles, managed to put enough game tape together to take his football career to the collegiate level. Allison attended Iowa Western Community College and helped lead the team to a 22-1 record in two seasons, including a NJCAA title along with leading the conference in receptions, yards and touchdowns in his second season.
Allison put his academic struggles behind him at Iowa Western Community College and managed to get his associate's degree in just three semesters.
Following his successful seasons with Iowa Western Community College, Allison transferred to the University of Illinois. Through two seasons with the Fighting Illini, Allison hauled in 106 receptions with 1,480 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. He was an All-Big Ten honorable mention and won the team's Service Above Self award.
Allison signed with the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2016. After initially being placed on the team's practice squad, Allison worked his way to become a member of the Packers active roster in his rookie campaign. His first career reception was a four-yard touchdown reception from Aaron Rodgers. Allison was on his way to a breakout year in 2018 but suffered a string of injuries that put a halt to his year. Prior to the injuries, Allison was on a blistering pace, compiling 303 receiving yards on just 20 receptions in four weeks.
Allison has proven to be an integral part of the Packers offense, helping form a dangerous three-headed attack with fellow wide receivers Davante Adams and Marquez Valeds-Scantling.