2018 Lakewood defensive back Weston Lee, has put in the work this summer in preparation for the upcoming season and to gain some initial college interest. Lee, a 5-10 155 pound corner, has camped at Colorado State, Montana and hit the Blue-Grey Combine this summer. Regarding the college camps Lee says, “I feel like I performed well and hopefully made an impression on the coaches for them to keep an out on me this season.”
Breaking down his own game Lee says, “for my own strengths, I have speed and I never give up on plays, recently I've recognized, at the camps, that quarterbacks have decided to throw away from my side as I've began to lock up the receivers.” With that said Lee goes on to say, “I'm working to improve everything in my game as I'm a firm believer you never are too good to not work on your game.”
Right now Lee is all about his Lakewood squad, hoping to get them beyond last year’s 3-7 record. Lee is done with camps for the summer and currently, “focusing on helping the team get better.” Lee is a high energy player with a tenacious attitude, although only 155 pounds, Lee is willing to come up on the edge and make tackles on the force against big backs. In coverage, Lee is fluid and can move his hips a run. Potentially, as he gains weight, Lee could play safety and may have the skills to also be a nickel against the slot. Also, he is a high energy special team’s player.
Two more good high school seasons, a little more weight and shaving some time off his forty, added to Lee’s hard work, should garner college attention for the young corner. Like all good defensive backs, Lee has confidence about his game and this upcoming season stating, “I feel like I'm going to surprise a lot of people this year.”