Wednesday, June 10, 2015

UCLA lands four-star WR prospect Dymond Lee, who could play at QB.


Dymond Lee. Image via Scout.com.

UCLA has added a four-star prospect to its 2016 recruiting class. West Hills, Ca. senior wide receiver prospect Dymond Lee committed to the Bruins on Wednesday.



The 247Sports composite grades Lee as a four-star WR prospect. He is ranked by the recruiting service at no. 45 among WR prospects for 2016. However, Lee has stated that he plans on playing at the quarterback position at UCLA. He is ranked at no. 246 in the 247Sports composite rankings for all 2016 prospects.

"I committed today, to coach (Jim) Mora and coach (Eric) Yarber," Lee said. "They told me they want me as a quarterback. They said they're looking for a dual-threat. They asked me to be that guy. Obviously I still have the skills that I've built up as a receiver, which I could use later on, but right now I'm 100% a quarterback."

Lee attends Chaminade College Preparatory High School in Canoga Park, Ca. He stands 6'2, and weighs 174 pounds.

Lee is the thirteenth commitment to UCLA's 2016 recruiting class.

(via College Spun, Scout.com)

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