ScoutTV: MSU Commit Lee Chambers

Coffeeville (MS) High School running back Lee Chambers and his head coach, David Baughman, talk about Lee's U.S. Army All-American game nomination, one of just 400 players in the United States who received nominations.

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Friday afternoon, at the Coffeeville High School pep rally, Lee Chambers was presented with his U.S. Army All-American game nomination certificate by US Army Recruiter Terry Simon. And ScoutTV was there. We talked with Lee and his head coach David Baughman about the siginifcance of the nomination. We've also included Lee Chambers highlights from Coffeeville's game against Greenville St. Joe's later that night.

Lee Chambers in action against Greenville St. Joe's September 1, 2006 -

Coffeeville head coach David Baughman talks about Lee receiving a U.S. Army All-American game nomination, one of just 400 players throughout the United State who received a nomination. (80 players will be selected from among that group to play in the game.-Gene) -

Lee talks about what it means to him to be a nominee. (Correction: I meant to say top 4 or 5 players in Mississippi instead of the country in one of the questions.-Gene) -

Coach Baughman explains what Lee has meant to his football program at Coffeeville. -

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