Lee has accomplished so much, on and off the field, leading the way volunteering at community events and coaching youth sports. He has been selected to be part of the Gridirion Elite program the last two years, along with being choosen to play in a fundraiser tournament for a coach he respected who lost the battle of cancer. In the last year of high school, Lee has totaled five games with more than 100 rushing yards leading to 1,300 all-purpose yards and a school-record 11 touchdowns. The senior ran for a career-high 192 yards on 20 carries in the State Championship game, where the Eagles knocked off Lake Stevens 44-7. He was selected as the sportsmanship winner in the game for his school.