OL/DL Dallas Lee Profile
6-3, 305 pound prospect Dallas Lee was supposed to be in Clemson Saturday for Junior Day, but he ended up not making the trip.
"I didn't get to Clemson this weekend," Lee told CUTigers.com. "I went to a combine in Florida. My family went down there with me. I am going to make it up there sometime soon."
The offer list stands at one for the top defensive tackle, but expect that to change over the course of the next few months.
"Right now Vanderbilt is my only offer. I am also hearing from Georgia, Clemson, Mississippi State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Nebraska, Miami, South Carolina, North Carolina, Duke and North Carolina State," said Lee.
When asked if he has any current leaders, Lee responded, "No sir, I don't have any right now.
"I am going to Vanderbilt on March 22. I am taking some other trips, but nothing is set yet," said Lee.
A decision should come before the fall for the Georgia standout.
"I want to have it done before my season starts. It will probably come this summer," said Lee.
What will be the most important factor when Lee selects his college destination?
"It will probably be the coaching staff. I will look at how comfortable I am with the campus. I will look at where the players live," replied Lee.
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