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Former DMV standout leaving Temple

 

 

 

 

 

Ron Bailey, Publisher

Big-time chase for his services.

 

March 18, 2014 - Anthony Lee, 6'9", 230 pound redshirt junior forward at Temple has decided to leave that school. The reasons for his departure are a search for role expansion and greater skill development.

With his impending transfer widely reported yesterday, Lee has a plethora of school interested, including Arizona, Georgia Tech, Iowa State and local power Georgetown. He confided yesterday approximately 50 schools had contacted him.

Anthony Lee is highly sought after (Philly.com)

Facilitating his departure from Temple, where he accounted for 13.6 points and 8.6 rebounds last season, is Lee's graduating this spring with his graduating class, despite redshirting during the 2010-2011 season due to injury.

Lee is originally a DMV guy, having left Hammond High School in Columbia, MD when his parents moved to Orlando, Florida when he was a junior.

He attended Eustis High School before graduating from West Oaks Academy in the Sunshine State, racking up numerous honors and awards, including a 2010 National Athletic Christian Association All-America selection, MVP of the Sunshine Independent Athletic Association and the National Athletic Christian Association tourney's best defensive player designation.

While in the DMV, Lee also attended National Christian Academy.

On the travel circuit in Florida, he competed for Team Florida.

 
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