Sport: Football (1957, 1959-60)
Lee was a two-way end who rose from obscure reserve to starter in the 1957 Oklahoma game after a Monday scrimmage. He was noted mainly for blocking and defense, but caught short TD passes against OU. He missed the 1958 season, but was all-Southwest Conference twice, as an end in 1957 and an offensive guard/linebacker in 1960. He caught only three passes in 1959, one of which was a 51-yard catch to set-up a TD against SMU. He made many tackles in an era were defensive stats were not kept. He played in the NFL with the St. Louis Cardinals (1961), Detroit Lions (1963-64) and the Baltimore Colts (1965). He coached two six-man state runner-up teams at Cotton Center while principal and superintendent. Lee is currently retired and farming in Calvert.