BIO: Averaged 44.1 yards on 77 punts as a senior with a long punt of 62 yards. Placed 23 of his punts inside the 20-yard line including 7 touchbacks. Had a terrific junior campaign in which he averaged 43.1 yards on 73 punts with a long of 73 yards with 20 placed inside the 17 yard line. Became Pitts starting punter as a true freshman.
POSITIVES: Big-legged punter that's shown a steady line of progression the past three seasons. Two step kicker that gets hang time on his punts and has the ability to quickly get the ball off his foot. Greatly improved his directional kicking as a senior as well as the skills to pooch punt in the tough spot. Is also the holder on field goals.
NEGATIVES: Loses a lot of leg strength when under pressure or forced to immediately get the ball off his foot. Only a marginal directional punter through most of his college career.
ANALYSIS: Consistent throughout most of his college career, Lee began to iron out the rough edges in 2003. Has a good upside and is a punter a team can develop but more than likely a practice squad player next year in the NFL.