Lee still flying under the radar

West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade athlete Donovan Lee is off to a fast start this season and ha shown he's easily among the most versatile players in the state.

In a game televised on Fox Sports West between Chaminade and Westlake Village (Calif.) Oaks Christian featuring almost double digit players with scholarship offers, Donovan Lee was arguably the best player on the field.

He lined up at running back, wide receiver and defensive back and made plays on both sides of the ball. His best college position is probably as a slot receiver or cornerback and he has a chance to be a dynamic play maker at either position.

On the recruiting front, Lee is still flying a bit under the radar and not being recruited as heavily as his talent level should dictate.

"I'm still hearing from the same schools as before," Lee said. "The schools that offered me before the season, Colorado, San Jose State, Wyoming, Colorado State and Idaho are still talking with me. Utah is a new one as well but they haven't offered yet.

"We had a bye last weekend and I was hoping to take a visit out to Colorado but they had an away game. I'm going to take some trips later in the year but for now, I'm really just trying to focus on my team here. Recruiting hopefully picks up and I'm just looking for that school that is the best fit for me from a football standpoint but also academically and socially as well."

Greg Biggins has been covering recruiting for over 16 years, covering the West since the mid-1990's and currently serves as a national analyst for Scout.com/FOXSportsNext.
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