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Lee eyes move to quarterback

Dymond Lee had a fantastic and impressive sophomore season at wide receiver. He caught a lot of passes, was a big factor in the offense and has now landed his second offer.
Miami was the first one to get involved with the West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade standout and in the last few days, Lee landed his first SEC offer from Tennessee.
"They came out to the practice and everything and watched my highlight tape," Lee said. "They liked what they saw I guess and they decided to offer.
"That was the first time I heard from them. It's pretty exciting receiving that offer."
Getting an offer from the Hurricanes is something to watch for Lee because former Chaminade quarterback Brad Kaaya signed with Miami last recruiting cycle.
Playing with Kaaya again could be a big factor but it's also important to note that Lee is moving to quarterback for his junior season and he's hopeful to get recruited at that position as well.
"(Miami) is not really able to talk to me right now but they've sent me a couple camp invitations," Lee said. "It looks like they're pretty interested since I have the offer but they haven't been able to do anything to recruit me even more.
"It's cool (playing with Kaaya) since we have a lot of chemistry already. Being able to go there and play with him would be a good thing but I want to see what kind of offers I can get at quarterback because that does interest me to play there at the next level."
Notre Dame is showing more interest in Lee and he wants to see how things go this upcoming season at quarterback to then figure out his recruitment. If programs come after him to play QB, things could get even more interesting.
"I want to see who recruits me for that position," Lee said. "Nobody has really seen me play quarterback.
"I've been injured during the offseason so I didn't do any camps but hopefully it won't take the whole season. I already have interest because of what I can do athletically and they'll see what I can do to deliver the ball early in the season."