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Name: Zach Lee

HS: McKinney (TX)

Position: QB

Ht: 6'4''

Wt: 195

40: 4.77

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Scholarships offered: Alabama, Arizona, Arizona St, Nebraska, Texas Tech, Ole Miss, LSU, Kansas

Favorites: COMMITTED TO LSU

 

Rivals: :star :star :star :star / 5.8 / #9 QB

Scout: :star :star :star :star /#10 QB

ESPN: ESPN150 Watchlist (was 79 before)

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: who knows? but we need to get this guy in, if only so we can have Zac Lee, QB, hand the torch to Zach Lee, QB. :D

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Name: Zach Lee

HS: McKinney (TX)

Position: QB

Ht: 6'4''

Wt: 195

40: 4.77

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered: Arizona, Nebraska, Texas Tech

Favorites:

 

Rivals: NR

Scout: :star

ESPN: ESPN150 Watch List

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: who knows? but we need to get this guy in, if only so we can have Zac Lee, QB, hand the torch to Zach Lee, QB. :D

i'm gonna guess that he's pretty accurate if he's got a schoolarship offer to tech.

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Player: Zach Lee

Hometown: McKinney, TX

Position: QB (pro-style)

Height: 6'4"

Weight: 195 lbs.

40 time: 4.77

Visit Date:

Scholarships offered: Arizona, Nebraska, Texas Tech, Arizona St, Ole Miss

Favorites:

Rankings/Stars:

Rivals: top 250 to watch

Big Red Report:

ESPN: top 150

 

Odds of becoming a Cornhusker: 5%

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Apparently he is looking to play baseball and football with all the schools offering thus-far agreeing to that.

 

 

Sounds like a nice prospect but I get nervous about a qb trying to play two sports.

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is he really 1* on scout and in ESPN's 150 watchlist? little discrepancy there no? anyways.. would love to get this guy here for both sports.. haven't seen too much about him supposedly can touch 90+ with his fastball though....

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is he really 1* on scout and in ESPN's 150 watchlist? little discrepancy there no? anyways.. would love to get this guy here for both sports.. haven't seen too much about him supposedly can touch 90+ with his fastball though....

Scout gives 1 :star to guys they haven't evaluated yet. I think the lowest rating they have for evaluated players is usually 2 :star .

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is he really 1* on scout and in ESPN's 150 watchlist? little discrepancy there no? anyways.. would love to get this guy here for both sports.. haven't seen too much about him supposedly can touch 90+ with his fastball though....

Scout gives 1 :star to guys they haven't evaluated yet. I think the lowest rating they have for evaluated players is usually 2 :star .

 

 

ahhh thanks for the fill in there... i was wondering how that worked...

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I don't know how much of a chance we have with this guy, I've seen him play both football and baseball. In my opinion he is the best quarterback I've seen in a long time. He played on a mediocre to sub-par team and there is no limit to his potentiol when you surrond him with D-1 caliber athletes. As for baseball, the game I was at last year I sat right by a scout who was gunning Lee on a Stalker radar gun. He was consistently 90 to 92 and actually touched 94. This kid can bring it.

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I don't know how much of a chance we have with this guy, I've seen him play both football and baseball. In my opinion he is the best quarterback I've seen in a long time. He played on a mediocre to sub-par team and there is no limit to his potentiol when you surrond him with D-1 caliber athletes. As for baseball, the game I was at last year I sat right by a scout who was gunning Lee on a Stalker radar gun. He was consistently 90 to 92 and actually touched 94. This kid can bring it.

I think there is chance because Nebraska can tell a pretty good football and baseball story. Nebraska football will shortly be competing for Big 12 titles. And the baseball program competes for Big 12 titles and CWS invites most every year (maybe not this year though). TTech plays better football right now, but their baseball is pretty bad. Arizona and ASU baseball might be quite a bit better right now, but their football programs are not and they aren't in the Big 12. Ole Miss might be the only other school to compete with that combination of good football and baseball programs, but again not in the Big 12 meaning limited opportunities for being seen on TV in Texas and in playing Texas schools.

 

Not sure if those are some of the things that will go into his decision, but among those schools to offer so far, you'd have to think Nebraska would be competitive. OTOH if he wants to focus on baseball, he'll go to ASU.

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Scholarships: Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Texas Tech

 

As you can see, Alabama just offered.

 

 

Just heard that Lee has received offers from LSU and Kansas. I hope we are going after him hard.

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Any news on whether or not he's playing baseball for sure? If so any idea on what LSU has told him pitching wise? How about Bama or Ole Miss? If he's playing both sports i really don't see TT as too big of a threat... Anyone help?

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Any news on whether or not he's playing baseball for sure? If so any idea on what LSU has told him pitching wise? How about Bama or Ole Miss? If he's playing both sports i really don't see TT as too big of a threat... Anyone help?

Well he better make his mind up, I don't see playing both as an option for him. He wants to play QB, can't miss all of the Spring work and get into a system. It will be tough for Cooper to get back in the groove and he is a WR, can't imagine a QB has that option from teams recruiting him.

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Any news on whether or not he's playing baseball for sure? If so any idea on what LSU has told him pitching wise? How about Bama or Ole Miss? If he's playing both sports i really don't see TT as too big of a threat... Anyone help?

Well he better make his mind up, I don't see playing both as an option for him. He wants to play QB, can't miss all of the Spring work and get into a system. It will be tough for Cooper to get back in the groove and he is a WR, can't imagine a QB has that option from teams recruiting him.

 

Agreed. At WR with enough natural speed and talent you might be able to make it work even at the D1 level. You probably won't play for a couple years, but it could work. At QB in Watsons's system I'd think you'd want every second you could find to practice your timing, build relationships with the receivers, etc. Not to mention, QB is a team leader position. You ain't with the team, that goes out the window.

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Any news on whether or not he's playing baseball for sure? If so any idea on what LSU has told him pitching wise? How about Bama or Ole Miss? If he's playing both sports i really don't see TT as too big of a threat... Anyone help?

Well he better make his mind up, I don't see playing both as an option for him. He wants to play QB, can't miss all of the Spring work and get into a system. It will be tough for Cooper to get back in the groove and he is a WR, can't imagine a QB has that option from teams recruiting him.

 

 

I've heard before that he wants the opportunity to play both.. If that's what he wants that's what he's going to get.. Someone (ie Vandy) will surely give him the opportunity to do both.. Our system is obviously more complex but a bright kid can handle it... I have no idea how that plays out with Zach i was just asking the question.. However if he can't play both I have a feeling he's not ours...

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Heard Vandy and Iowa State have offered.

 

Damn we can just give up on this kid now cause we're competing against Iowa State with this kid :lol:

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Damn we can just give up on this kid now cause we're competing against Iowa State with this kid :lol:

Not to worry, ISU just got a verbal from another QB. We're back in it! :P

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Damn we can just give up on this kid now cause we're competing against Iowa State with this kid :lol:

Not to worry, ISU just got a verbal from another QB. We're back in it! :P

Thank God, now we only have to compete with Alabama and LSU

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Damn we can just give up on this kid now cause we're competing against Iowa State with this kid :lol:

Not to worry, ISU just got a verbal from another QB. We're back in it! :P

Thank God, now we only have to compete with Alabama and LSU

 

oh goodie

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I'd still be hesitant about the baseball deal. Other positions I can see but I want my qb there every day of Spring ball.

 

 

LSU has two kids this year excelling playing both sports... With the programs they have I almost guarantee IF he sees campus he plays both... Seems to have a better future in baseball too...

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looks like LSU just lost their star QB...

 

ESPN: "In a development that had to have been as shocking to the Louisiana State University football program and its fans as it was to a legion of Los Angeles Dodgers cynics who were sure the club had deliberately thrown away its first-round draft pick on an unsignable player in an effort to save money, the Dodgers reached agreement with that first-round pick, right-hander Zach Lee from McKinney (Texas) High School, just before Monday night's deadline for signing 2010 draft choices.

 

The deal, which is pending a physical examination that is expected to take place Wednesday in Los Angeles, carries a $5.25 million signing bonus that will be paid out during the next five years.

 

It is the biggest signing bonus awarded to a draft pick in Dodgers history, shattering the mark of $2.3 million given to first-rounder Clayton Kershaw in 2006."

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