"I liked it, it was a nice and I liked the atmosphere," Lee said. "The practice was cool to watch and what mainly stood out was the players competitiveness and discipline. Also the way the coaches were so active with the players."
Lee, an undersized QB at 6-0 170, is also being recruited by several schools as a WR. He has yet to get his first offer, but is hearing from several programs.
"No offers yet," Lee said. "Louisville, Illinois, Iowa, Virginia, South Dakota State, Southern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Eastern Michigan, Northern Illinois, and few others I can't remember (are recruiting me). Everyone of them is wanting more than just film before they offer."
Despite holding no offers yet, Lee has plenty to offer any college program willing to take a shot on him.
"The ability to lead my team," Lee said about his skill set. "The ability to make the right decision about where the ball goes in difficult, pressurized situations. Compromising by keeping broken up plays alive and working with them."