When quarterback John Brantley
backed out on his commitment to the
Lee, however, says that he has not
even spoken to
"My commitment to LSU is firm," Lee told Tiger Rag. "I'm still pretty solid on that. I talk to the LSU coaches all the time. I'm taking my official visit down there some time in January, and that's the only visit I'm going to take."
Lee, who threw for 2,800 yards and
34 touchdowns while also running for 215 yards and six scores during his senior
season, took an unofficial visit to
"I went down to LSU just to visit last March or April and got to meet the coaches and some of the players," he said. "The atmosphere down there is great; I haven't seen another place like it. I couldn't think of any other place I'd want to play."
Though Lee said his phone has been relatively silent during the normally hectic recruiting period in November due to his commitment, he has stayed in contact with the LSU staff, particularly running back coach Larry Porter and offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher.
"Porter was the one I started talking to first," said Lee, "But lately I've been talking to coach Fisher a little more. He came by to visit me last week, and him, coach Porter and coach Miles were all over here a few weeks ago. We talked about when I was going to make my visit, and things like that."
When asked if the rumors that Jimbo Fisher may be leaving LSU may have any effect on his commitment, Lee said that it was not a big concern to him.
"I'm not really sweating coach Fisher leaving too much," he said. "I mean, he's a great coach, and he was one of the reasons I picked them, but I am firmly committed to LSU. We've talked about it briefly, but not much."
As for the rumors about