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MARQISE LEE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Texas A&M awarded $50k to get Cedric Ogbuehi back for another season

First reported by Bruce Feldman, foxsports.com, Texas A&M paid $50,000 plus to get their 6-foot-5, 300-pound offensive tackle back for another season.  Ogbuehi had been a three-year starter and was weighing his options for the NFL Draft and forgoing his final season of eligibility.  Ogbuehi had submitted his name to the NFL to get an evaluation on his draft stock, and he received proje...
Via NCAA Football Zone
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jaguars' rookie Marqise Lee feels like he's back in college again

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Wide receiver Marqise Lee was hoping to make an impression on the field when the Jacksonville Jaguars held their organized team activities and minicamp in May and June. An ankle injury prevented him from doing that. But the second-round pick out of USC has made quite a few friends already in their locker room. That was something he never expected. "Being...
Via Fox Sports Florida
27 days ago  |  Discuss

USC’s Marqise Lee Could Make $4.4 Million From Insurance Policy After Slipping To Second Round

For most players, slipping into the second round of the NFL Draft means less money. Not for Marqise Lee, though. The former Southern California wide receiver took out an insurance policy before the 2013 season that would pay him if he sustained an injury or fell in the NFL Draft. Lee was projected to be picked highly, but he ended up getting selected by Jacksonville in the second...
Via College Spun
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Marqise Lee 'confirmed' 1st round status at USC Pro Day

LOS ANGELES -- There wasn't all of the pomp and circumstance you would expect from a USC Pro Day. However, there were a couple of bright spots - namely Marqise Lee. The 2012 Biletnikoff Award winner elected not to run the 40-yard dash at Pro Day, sticking with the 4.52 he posted last month at the NFL combine. After he stepped on the field he showed the ability to run routes,...
Via Fox Sports West
March 12, 2014  |  Discuss

USC's Lee hurts shoulder, leaves scrimmage early

LOS ANGELES -- Just two days ago, USC wide receiver Marqise Lee said his injured right shoulder was "fine." On Wednesday afternoon he said the same thing although it didn't look that way during the Trojans' third scrimmage in the Coliseum of fall camp. Lee was going after a pass that was thrown to his side. He dove for it and landed on his right shoulder --...
Via Fox Sports West
August 21, 2013  |  Discuss

USC Football: What awaits the Trojans in 2013?

Marqise Lee (Photo credit: Kirby Lee/US Presswire) The sun will be moving towards its destination of a beautiful sunset in Hawaii, the Aloha Stadium will be filled with 50,000 screaming fans decked out in their Warriors green and black colors, and the USC Trojans will take the field on a beautiful Thursday evening in Honolulu. Meanwhile back in Los Angeles, thousands of USC football...
Via isportsweb.com
July 04, 2013  |  Discuss

USC Football recruiting update: Matthew Thomas spurns Trojans… Again

Although National Signing Day was in February, the saga that surrounded five star recruit Matthew Thomas, didn’t end with his signing of a national letter of intent on February sixth. Leading up to signing day, numerous reports indicated Thomas was considered a possible lean to uproot himself out of the state of Florida and sign with USC.  However, when signing day arrived, Thomas...
Via isportsweb.com
June 14, 2013  |  Discuss

USC Football: Wide Receiver Drama

Marqise Lee (Photo credit: Kirby Lee/US Presswire) Despite the horrific season the USC Trojans football team had last year, there was one shining star in that locker room. You guessed correctly—Marqise Lee. Lee finished the season with 118 receptions, 1,721 yards and 14 touchdowns on his way to winning the Fred Biletnikoff Award—an award given to the best college wide receiver...
Via isportsweb.com
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

USC's Lee finishes fourth in Heisman voting

USC receiver Marqise Lee finished fourth in balloting for the Heisman Trophy. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel was announced as the winner Saturday night in New York in a ceremony that was also attended by Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o and Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein. According to ESPN, Manziel received 474 first-place votes and 2,029 points. Te'o had...
Via Fox Sports West
December 08, 2012  |  Discuss

USC's Marqise Lee selected to All-America team

USC receiver Marqise Lee was selected to the American Football Coaches Assn. All-America team and is one of five finalists for the Walter Camp player of the year award. Lee, a sophomore, leads major college football with a Pac-12 Conference-record 112 receptions. He has scored 15 touchdowns and ranks third nationally in all-purpose yards, averaging 215.7 yards a game. Lee, Texas...
Via Fox Sports West
November 28, 2012  |  Discuss
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