May 16, 2008

Lee breaks down his big decision

Not too long ago lineman Dallas Lee committed to the University of Georgia over schools like Tennessee and FSU. Lee is a soft spoken young man that is humble and not one that calls for attention. We visited Buford High School recently and Lee took the time to sit down for an exclusive interview.

Exclusive Interview: Lee Breaks it Down

Lee is a 6-foot-4, 290-pound versatile lineman that was being recruited as both a defensive tackle and offensive guard. He is physical, he is smart, he has a great work ethic, and he hustles until the whistle blows.

All of those things along with his size earned him a lot of attention from coaches around the country. Offers from Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Florida State, Georgia and others came in, but the Buford (GA) native felt Athens was the right place for him.

The future Bulldog does not promote himself, he does not cry for attention, and he is as humble as they come, but he did take the time to talk with us about his decision recently.

Get to know Lee a little more here as he breaks his decision to go to Georgia down.

"It is exciting," he said when asked how it felt to be on the Bulldog commitment list. He went on to say, "I don't know if it has settled in all the way yet."

The coaches made a big impact in his decision.

"I really like Coach [Stacy] Searels and Coach [Mark] Richt. They are good men and good coaches."

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