Donovan Lee does a little bit of everything for West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade and the 2014 prospect does it all pretty well.
The 5-foot-8, 162-pound prospect plays cornerback, some running back, slot receiver and is a return specialist as the junior tries to fit in wherever he's needed.
"I knew I had to have a strong junior year," Lee said. "I wanted to have a strong defensive year and get a lot of carries and move around in the slot so I had a big year."
In his senior season, Lee could be the starting running back as well but that title currently goes to four-star Terrell Newby, who has Oregon, Nebraska and a few others high on his list.
That's just fine with Lee, who's trying to do whatever possible this season to help out his team.
"We're not focused on next year right now," Lee said.
"We're focused on this year, moving me around, so I can help the team as much as possible at slot, running back, corner, punt return, anything I can do."
It has not gone unnoticed. The 2014 recruit said Cal, Oregon, UCLA, Wisconsin and a few others have reached out to show interest.
It's still too early to take unofficial visits - and Lee is focused on playing well this season - but after his junior year Lee wants to get out to see some schools.
"It's kind of too early to tell a leader," Lee said. "All the schools have their ups and downs.
"Toward the end of the season or later on I could take visits. I'm really focused on the season now and then I'll have time later to take trips. It's a big thing for me that I'm hearing from some schools but I have to stay focused."