On Monday Auburn offered the 6-foot-1, 175 pound junior a scholarship and new offers have been coming in on a regular basis in recent weeks.
"My coach gave me Coach Fountain's number to call, so I called him and he patched me through to Coach [Dameyune] Craig. He is the receivers coach for Auburn and he is the one that offered me the scholarship," Lee said. "I know a little about Auburn right now, but I am doing to start doing more research on them now."
This was offer number two for Lee when talking the SEC. South Carolina is the other one and Lee took in a game in Columbia last fall.
"I went up to South Carolina for the Georgia game and that was exciting. It was a very good experience for me. I loved the atmosphere, the school, the campus, and the coaches. They were one of the first schools to offer me and I have a lot of interest in them."
Carolina is not the only USC to offer Lee, the Trojans on the west coast have as well. They offered Lee a couple of weeks ago, so who could be next?
"I talk to Indiana and Tennessee a lot, but I really talk to a lot of schools," he said. "I am hearing from Florida State, Miami, and Florida too. All of those have invited in for visits, but I have not been able to make it yet. A lot of different schools are showing interest in me right now."
Lee had 35 receptions for 704 yards and he scored 11 touchdowns in 2012, so not only does he have the tools, he produces.
He talks about his game a little.
"I think I have great field speed, I think my hands are a real strength, and I seem myself as a playmaker. I can always get better, but those are some of my strengths."
As schools see Lee on tape more offers will arrive and as time passes, the talented wideout will start to narrow his list down before making his decision.
He is not close to that decision right now.
"I do not have any favorites yet. I will narrow things down over the summer as I learn more about the schools. The summer visits will play a big role in my decision. I will probably take some official visits too, but what I learn over the summer will be big."