"The summer is going fine," Cuba said. "I have been working out and I have summer school. I am trying to improve my strength. Both upper body and lower body."
A popular thing in Texas in the summer is passing league. Lee has been doing very well this summer. "I have been doing seven on seven passing league. I have been doing good and the team has been doing good. We are qualified for state."
Cuba will be playing just the one position this fall for Lee, but could easily step on the other side of the ball and make an impact. "I am only going to play safety this fall. I could play wide receiver, but they just have me on defense."
It's well-known that Cuba has those abilities to play other positions and teams have told him that they like him at a variety of positions. "I am being recruited by some to play wide receiver, some at cornerback and most of them like me at safety."
As of right now, Cuba is sitting on five offers, but hasn't started to pare down his list. "I have five offers I think. They're from Nebraska, UTEP, Texas Tech, Texas A&M and Missouri. I haven't really narrowed things down at all yet."
The rest of the summer consists of working out and the state tournament on July 14. Beyond that though, Cuba doesn't have anything else planned. "I don't have any summer plans to visit anywhere or take in any camps. I haven't set up any official visits yet either."
Cuba also hasn't given much thought to where he will take his officials. At least not enough to set any. But, if he had his way he would know of three schools that he would take visits to.
"I would like to take visits to Texas A&M, Texas Tech and probably Nebraska."
Texas A&M and Texas Tech all share a bit of a distance advantage over Nebraska, but does that matter to Cuba? "Distance isn't a consideration, so Texas A&M and Tech don't have that advantage over Nebraska."
Cuba is teammates with Jacob Amie, who is also very interested in the Red Raiders. In our most recent update with Amie, he mentioned Tech in his top 2 along with Nebraska.