Carl Lee Jr. "ready to go" in Jonesboro

After making his verbal commitment to Arkansas State early in the fall, 2013 WR Carl Lee Jr. never wavered in his decision. Lee discusses signing with the Red Wolves and his future in Jonesboro.

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Along with twenty others, 2013 WR Carl Lee Jr. signed his letter of intent to Arkansas State on National Signing Day.

"Everything was great," Lee said of signing day. Lee is a 6-foot-4, 200 pound standout at McGill-Toolen High School in Mobile (AL).

"[I'll make the move] as soon as I can," Lee said of Arkansas State. "I'm ready to accomplish great things in Jonesboro."

Lee made his verbal commitment to Arkansas State in August, beating out offers from Louisiana Tech, Troy, UAB and Ole Miss, who ranked among the top ten recruiting classes in 2013.

Now, Lee is focused on becoming an immediate threat in a Red Wolves jersey.

"I see myself as a leader on and off the field," Lee said. "I'm a do-it-all receiver."

Lee says he'll work on his lower body strength, route running and speed as he wraps up his spring semester at McGill-Toolen.

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