"I want to see the academic situation and get to know the coaches on a personal level," Gee told InsidetheVille.com.
The 6-foot-2, 235-pound defensive end will join his former Don Bosco teammates and visit the U of L complex for a few days during the start of spring practice.
"I have known them both since I was a freshman," said Gee of Darius Mann and Brian Roche. "They'll give me tips on how to handle [the recruiting process] because they have been through it."
Following his transfer Gee was required to sit out most of the first half of the season. Despite playing in just six games as a junior, Gee totaled 45 tackles, 6 sacks and an interceptions.
"My only goal for my senior year is to win the state championship," said Gee. "Everything else will take care of itself. I haven't stopped working out since the season ended, so I'll be ready."
When it comes time for the highly sought after defensive end to make a college decision, he will have plenty of options. Schools such as Iowa, Louisville, Nebraska, North Carolina, Rutgers and Wiscosin have already extended scholarship offers.
"I couldn't tell you right now, I have no idea really," Gee said of possible early favorites. "I can tell you that I am looking at Louisville and Rutgers a lot right now."