OL/DT Dallas Lee Profile
6-4, 305 pound defensive tackle Dallas Lee is gathering new offers by the week.
"UAB offered today. Georgia Tech offered last week. Tennessee, South Florida and Central Florida also recently offered," said Lee.
When asked about his current favorites, Lee responded, "Tennessee is probably my favorite right now. I really like the staff and the facilities at Tennessee."
Which other schools are near the top for the Georgia standout?
"Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt would be two. I also like both of them," replied Lee. "I think South Carolina may be close to offering. I am still hearing from Clemson but I don't have an offer yet."
A decision could come over the next few months, so teams that want to sign Lee in February need to offer soon.
"I think I will be ready to make a decision sometime after spring practice," said Lee.
What will most important to the talented defensive lineman when he selects his college destination?
"I will be looking at the coaching staff. I will look at the education and the facilities," replied Lee.
Visits to a couple of SEC powers will be coming soon.
"I haven't been anywhere the past few weeks. I am going to Vanderbilt this weekend. I am going to visit Florida and Georgia over spring break," said Lee.
Offer List Growing for OL/DT
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