T Lee is our latest addition to the Top Gun 2020 7v7 All American Team. Lee plays 7v7 for nationally ranked Pro Impact in Jacksonville, Florida and attends Chattahoochee High School in Atlanta Georgia where he was a varsity starter at corner back as true freshman. (View Complete List of 2020 7v7 All Americans)
Lee is already in his 2nd year at the varsity club level with nationally ranked Pro Impact. Lee was selected after a Pro Impact tryout against some of the best skill players in Florida.
Video from Pro Impact Tryout:
Lee has become one of the best 1-on-1 press man cover players in the country. Lee’s ball skills and athleticism once the ball is in the air is already at an elite level. Lee credits his style of play from being trained by Coach Gus and having to compete with elite level players 1-on-1 every snap. Lee was a dual threat QB before joining Pro Impact and has made the transition to become one of the top corners in the country.
Lee’s take on Pro Impact: “The way I play is basically because of Pro Impact. When I first made the team last year I never played corner back so I was pretty much starting from scratch. Coach Gus and Hardy (Pro Impact Coaches), Tyreke (Tyreke Johnson 5Star), Shawn (Shawn Wade – Ohio State) , Cyrus (Cyrus Fagan – FSU), Ameer (Ameer Speed – UGA), Derrick (Derrick Smith – Miami), Jamyest (Jamyest Williams – South Carolina) and all them guys would be explaining stuff between every series. I had to get caught up fast because we play straight man across the board. No zone. If you can’t lock your man up, you cant play for Pro Impact at all. Last year at IMG 7v7 Regionals we had a lot of players on visits and I had to start and play the entire tournament. When we won that tournament with me starting at corner forced my game to a new level. I knew I could do it after that. This season has been a lot easier compared to last year. ”
Lee returned to the offense side of the ball as a slot receiver this spring and showed flashes of why he might be one of the most dynamic offensive players in the fall.
Video from Lee’s spring game back on the offense side of the ball:
T Lee 8th Grade Highlights as Dual Threat QB
Before Lee transitioned to corner back he was regarded as one of the nations top dual threat quarterbacks by QB Hitlist. Lee was an automatic highlight reel in space.