PA prospect finishes basketball season

Expected to be one of the more highly sought after football prospects in Pennsylvania this season yet most people haven't been hearing much about him, when you are a two-sport star that tends to happen. Such is the case for safety prospect Sean Lee, 6-3, 200, 4.6, of Upper St. Clair High School - PA.

The Upper St. Clair basketball team recently wrapped up its PIAA playoff run with a disappointing loss to Erie McDowell. Sean starts at point guard and at small forward and averaged 17 points a game for the Panthers who finished up with a 21-5 record.

Now Sean will shift his focus to the gridiron. The two time All-Conference selection will be one of the most watched prospects in the very tough WPIAL Conference this season. Academically Sean has a 3.8 GPA and scored 960 on his SAT's. The 960 was scored, however, when Sean was in the 8th grade.

"I just wanted to see how I would do. I plan on retaking them."

Sean Lee has been garnering attention from Michigan, Pittsburgh, Boston College, Purdue, West Virginia, Florida State, Miami, Ohio State, Penn State, and Notre Dame. He has a preliminary list of five which includes; Michigan, Pittsburgh, Penn State, Iowa, and West Virginia.

Michigan, Penn State and Pittsburgh invited him to their first junior days, however due to basketball he was unable to attend. Florida State has invited him to watch spring practice.

This summer Lee will attend the Nike Camp on May 15th at Penn State, and Michigan's summer camp June 20th-24th.


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