PA back Lee plans Big Ten visits

Upper St. Clair standout Sean Lee is one of the top backs in the state of Pennsylvania. Lee has played safety, cornerback, running back, and wide receiver, but is projected as a safety in college.
The 6-foot-3 and 210 pounder intercepted two passes his sophomore year and four more during his junior season. Lee was an all-conference selection both seasons.
Lee is also a fine point guard in basketball and is drawing some interest from recruiters in that sport. However he is drawing considerably more interest for his football talents.
"He's had some offers the last couple weeks," Sean's father Craig Lee said. "Iowa, Indiana, and Duke have offered. He has West Virginia and Miami of Ohio. And a couple of others. I think he has seven offers."
"Wisconsin, Northwestern, and Penn State are knocking on the door. Wisconsin sent a hand-written letter the other day."
"Michigan State has sent hand-written letters. And Ohio State too."
"We're going to visit Ohio State and Penn State in the next couple of weeks."
"We're going to try and get out to Iowa, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State, Duke, and Notre Dame in the next six to eight weeks."
"Iowa, West Virginia, and Duke are high on his list. Pitt may come in too."