RB Jabo Lee Profile
Dillon High School junior running back Jabo Lee claims offers from Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Miami of Ohio, ECU and Bowling Green.
So far this fall, his only visit was last weekend when he made a trip up to Knoxville to watch Tennessee play South Carolina.
"It was fun. I liked the school. I talked to coaches and some of the players in the locker room. It was cool down there," Lee recently told CUTigers.com.
For now, the 5-foot-9, 175-pound running back has no other trips planned, but he does have two destinations in mind.
"I want to go to Virginia Tech and Clemson. I want to check out one of their games," he said.
Clemson hasn't hosted Lee for a visit since the summer. Then, he was in town for the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.
"It's nice. I like how they're building onto the school and everything around there. It makes you feel at home," Lee said. "I liked everything that was going on when I went down there, so I know it will be better when I go back."
Clemson and Tennessee, he said, are showing the most interest.
Lee is wide-open to all suitors and he doesn't have laundry list of criteria to evaluate a school.
"Academics and location, I don't really care about the location. I just want to play football," he said.
This season, Lee rushed for 1,100 yards and has 20 touchdowns.
As a sophomore last season, he accounted for over 1,500 yards of total offense.
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