Fred Lee Position: Wide Receiver
Class: Freshman
Height: 5-9
Weight: 180
High School: Bishop McDevitt H.S.
Prep School: Milford (Conn.) Prep
Hometown: Harrisburg, Pa.
photo         Attended Milford Academy during the fall of 2001 ... Originally signed with Tech following the 2000 season and re-affirmed his commitment to Tech last January ... Caught nine touchdown passes last season for Milford ... Helped the team to an 8-2 record ... Was rated one of the top high school receivers in the country in 2000 after catching nearly 100 passes over his last two seasons at Bishop McDevitt ... Hauled in 48 passes for 1,080 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... Turned in six catches for 186 yards and three TDs against Cedar Cliff ... Also returned an interception for a touchdown in that game ... Played defensive back, as well as receiver, for Coach Jeff Weachter ... Finished his senior year with five interceptions and 52 tackles on defense ... Scored three TDs on defense that year - two on interceptions and one on a fumble return ... Earned All-America honors from numerous publications following his senior season in 2000, including SuperPrep, PrepStar and Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report ... Named to PrepStar's Dream Team and rated the No. 15 wide receiver in the country that year ... Ranked the No. 28 receiver in the nation and the No. 9 player in Pennsylvania by SuperPrep ... Listed as the No. 127 player in the nation by Tom Lemming ... Rated the No. 18 receiver in the nation by Rivals and the No. 22 WR by Student Sports ... Finished his career with 130 receptions for 2,767 yards and 35 TDs ... Registered 11 career interceptions, returning five for touchdowns ... A dangerous return man, he scored two touchdowns on kickoff returns and two more on punt returns as a junior ... Earned 4A all-state honors as a junior and senior and was a three-time all-conference pick ...

Personal: Fred Robert Lee ... Born 3/10/83 in Harrisburg, PA ... Son of Fred and Debra Lee ... His brother, Shawn, was a three-year starter at Penn State.