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Travis Lee

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"He's a humble kid," notes Brown. "He's a very intelligent kid. He talks about a lot of things other than football. He's interested in a lot of things other than football. But he wants to be the greatest to put on pads, so I'm going to help him get there."

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Post by RAIDERRED » Sat May 02, 2015 7:13 am

I asked if he liked to play in press coverage and he said that he “loved to play in press coverage.” He also said “I can play off but I prefer to play man off” and he followed that up by saying that he could play in all coverages but his preference was to play in press and “even in cover two I love to make it look like man, I love to press.”
I want them to know that I don’t have any conduct issues or anything negative that stands in my way. I’m just a fun guy who loves the game and has passion for the game and when you watch my film I just want you to know you getting a guy who takes film serious, who knows the game. Not someone who is just playing the game, but someone who knows route combinations and everything that it takes to be a great player in the NFL.”
“I was a kid who grew up with basically nothing. I went to college without any support. No family support, so and I want kids to know that I’m a kid who came from basically nothing and just fought and never gave up and got his degree and you to know that, let people know it’s all right to get a degree. I got my degree and now I’m chasing my dream.”
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"He's a humble kid," notes Brown. "He's a very intelligent kid. He talks about a lot of things other than football. He's interested in a lot of things other than football. But he wants to be the greatest to put on pads, so I'm going to help him get there."

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Re: Travis Lee

Post by RAIDERRED » Sat May 02, 2015 7:16 am

He has long arms at 32" and at around 6 feet, he has the size for the position as well.
He reportedly times around the 4.45 mark in the 40 and he finished his senior season with 6 interceptions and 7 passes defended.
Jets, Rams, Cowboys are onto this one...
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"He's a humble kid," notes Brown. "He's a very intelligent kid. He talks about a lot of things other than football. He's interested in a lot of things other than football. But he wants to be the greatest to put on pads, so I'm going to help him get there."

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Re: Travis Lee

Post by RAIDERRED » Sat May 02, 2015 7:17 am

The most talkative player on the practice field was Miles College CB Travis Lee, who also stood out for his play on the field. Although his reaction quickness needs work, he showed quick movements and natural athleticism needed to survive at the position at the next level. Lee is very lean at just 172 pounds, but he has adequate height (5-11) and above average arm length (32-inches) for a cornerback.
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Re: Travis Lee

Post by RAIDERRED » Sat May 02, 2015 7:19 am

Per a source, Miles College defensive back Travis Lee has an upcoming visit with the New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys. To the general public Lee is about as unknown as his college that is about a 50 minute drive from Tuscaloosa where the Alabama Crimson Tide call home.

The only people who currently know about him now are the only people that truly matter…NFL teams.

He is a long armed (32”) defender at 5-foot-11, 178 pounds and has been gaining ground on other prospects. His speed gives him the ability to cover ground quickly and enough of a physical presence to make an impact in run support. Lee really established himself at the Gridiron Classic where he held his own against receivers from Texas, Baylor and Missouri. The week helped propel him amongst plenty of small-school prospects to establish himself as a legit prospect in the eyes of NFL Scouts.

For his birthday he got one of the best gifts a small-school prospect could ask for, an opportunity to workout at another schools Pro Day. In front of roughly 15 NFL Scouts he ran an impressive 4.47 40-yard dash outside in uninviting conditions. The weather did not cooporate, but Lee as well as the other prospects fought through the less than desirable conditions to forge through the drills. Lee had six interceptions for 37 yards along with seven pass break-ups in 2014. He also has 30 total tackles on the season.
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"He's a humble kid," notes Brown. "He's a very intelligent kid. He talks about a lot of things other than football. He's interested in a lot of things other than football. But he wants to be the greatest to put on pads, so I'm going to help him get there."

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