"I've spoken to Coach Paul Johnson, Coach (Joe) Speed and Coach (Al) Groh, but I'm not sure how interested they are in me," Dillon Lee said.
Lee visited the Georgia Tech campus two weeks ago for a Sunday visit where he toured the facilities and spoke to coaches, and was offered by Johnson as well. When given the offer from Georgia Tech, Lee simply described his feelings as "excited."
But Lee has offers from approximately 10 other schools at the moment, so Georgia Tech is one among many who are pursuing the linebacker.
"I'm considering everyone," Lee said. "Any offer I get will get an equal level of consideration."
With his size, it's no surprise that the 2012 recruit is attracting a host of schools. Lee has to figure out which defense will be a good fit for him, and he is already a fan of Georgia Tech's defensive unit.
"I know that they run the 3-4, and I've run that defense before, so that would make their defense a good fit for me," Lee said. "I think my size could really be good in that scheme."
So if Georgia Tech decides to ramp up their recruitment of Lee, it is quite possible that he will give them a real chance to land his talents in Atlanta.