LB shows mature frame and great skill set


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TigerNet: (4.07)

Height: 6-4   Weight: 220   Hometown: Buford, GA (Buford HS)   Class: 2012
ESPN: NR
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According to Greg Biggins, Director of Recruiting for ESPN:

"Lee is an incredible talent and has the ability to play right away in college because of his mature frame and skill set. You just don’t see many ‘backers with his size, have the ability to cover like he can and his overall athleticism is off the charts as well. Lee plays with an edge to him and if he continues to work, has a chance to play on Sunday’s down the line."

He is a member of the RISE7 players which are the top players based on camp performance and college potential.

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