Posted November 13, 2012 on usc.scout.com
PLAYERS: Jim Mora
TEAMS: UCLA Bruins
UCLA Coach Jim Mora says Marqise Lee is "not an NFL prospect, he's an NFL for-sure" and that he could "start in the NFL right now." Surely Mora was talking about Lee's receiving abilities, but will Mora also have to plan for Lee on defense?
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