Oregon offers WR Lee

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August 1 marks the first day of the recruiting calendar that 2014 prospects can receive written offers from college programs.
Today, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Cardinal Gibbons wide receiver Trevon Lee landed an offer from Oregon.

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Lee isn't a stranger to the west coast or the Pac-12. USC offered him early on followed by California and Stanford. He has an official visit set for Cal in September. Stanford will likely get one as well.
Is he considering the Ducks? Lee replied, "Yeah definitely. They said head coach Mark Helfrich signed my scholarship today and that it will be put in the mail tomorrow."
As a junior, Lee registered 36 receptions for 704 yards and eleven scores in a spread passing attack. In the last two seasons he has over 1,400 yards receiving and 19 touchdowns. The Oregon offense is a hurry-up system that doesn't allow the defense to rest and speeds up the game.
Lee noted, "The offense is high tempo and fast paced, similar to the offense our school runs. Of course, the first thing that catches my eyes are the uniforms.
Duke and Vanderbilt are standing out with Lee as well. Academics will play an important factor in his decision. He is looking for a school with a good medical program because he has plans to be a doctor.