Lee had a terrific junior season for Hopewell High, passing for nearly 2400 yards, 24 touchdowns, and only 6 interceptions. For his efforts, he was named a first-team all-state selection.
"Yes, I had a good junior year. Our team did pretty good overall, but I feel like next year we can have a great season. I'm looking forward to it."
Bujakowski not only stars as a quarterback on the gridiron, but he's a solid third base prospect as well.
"I'm interested in playing both sports in college," he said. "Baseball may add a whole new dimension to the situation because schools are just now starting to recruit me hard for it. I haven't even finished my junior season and they are already showing interest, although not like football."
While he doesn't have any firm scholarship offers at the moment, the 6-foot-4 220 pound signal caller feels that schools will do so in the near future.
"No one has officially laid one out there, and the colleges are saying that they want me to camp with them so the coaches can see me up close," Bujakowski said. "I plan on camping at NC State, Maryland, UNC, and Tennessee, and our team is going to camp at Virginia too. I feel good about my chances of drawing some offers after they see me at camp."
Lee has an obvious interest in the North Carolina State Wolfpack, speaking highly of the coaches, program, and facilities.
"I went to NC State for their spring game and it was fun," he said. "They have a great coaching staff, and I definitely like Coach Amato and Coach Diaz. Those guys want to win a championship and it's a major goal for them. The facilities at State are great too."
With a strong spring and summer, Lee Bujakowski could have a solid selection of schools to choose from.