An athletic and talented five-year wide receiver ... a standout special teams performer ... saw time at both X and Z receiver in his career ... played in 44 career games ... consistently tested as one of the fastest players on the team.
As a Senior (2010): Played in 11 games as a reserve wide receiver and special teams performer ... tied for sixth on the team in special teams tackles (10) ... his five stops on punt returns ranked tied for second ... started the NC State game (11/27).
As a Junior (2009): Played in all 12 games as a reserve wideout and on special teams ... served as a backup at X receiver.
As a Sophomore (2008): Played in all 13 games at wide receiver and on special teams, with one start at the Z receiver position ... notched career highs for receptions (12) and receiving yardage (115) on the season ... contributed one reception apiece vs. Wake Forest (10/18), vs. NC State (10/25), vs North Carolina (11/15) and vs. Florida State (11/22) ... made his first career start at WR in place of injured Darrius Heyward-Bey at Boston College (11/29), recording a career-high seven receptions for 68 yards, including a season-long grab of 23 yards.
As a Redshirt Freshman (2007): Played in eight games, mostly on special teams, though saw more extensive time at wideout toward the end of the season ... used primarily on kick-coverage units prior to his debut on offense in the upset of Boston College ... served as Danny Oquendo's backup at slot receiver through much of the season ... saw more extensive time after Oquendo's season-ending knee injury vs. North Carolina ... saw first action of his collegiate career on special teams vs. FIU (9/8) ... assumed the role of top slot receiver in place of an injured Oquendo vs. BC (11/10), his first career game taking snaps at wideout ... responded with the first three catches of his career for a career-best 78 yards ... had a career-long reception of 41 yards vs. the Eagles ... saw significant time for the second-straight game, finishing with one catch for four yards vs. FSU (11/17) ... caught one pass for five yards vs. Oregon State in the Emerald Bowl (12/28) ... tested as one of the fastest wideouts on the team in the spring with a 40 time of 4.4.
As a Freshman (2006): Redshirt season.
At Anacostia High School: A multi-purpose, three-year starter ... did it all for the Indians, playing wide receiver and defensive back, while returning punts and kicks ... finished his senior season with 46 receptions for 796 yards and five touchdowns ... an honorable mention All-Met pick by The Washington Post ... an all-conference selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... named to the D.C. Coaches' all-star team ... an honorable mention all-region pick by PrepStar ... team MVP as a junior ... also lettered three years in track (sprints) ... also recruited by West Virginia, Pittsburgh, Illinois, North Carolina and NC State ... coached by Willie Stewart.
Personal: Parents are Sharrone Lee and Ben Odai ... inducted into the National Honor Society as a prep ... majored in criminology and criminal justice and graduated in May, 2010.
|Lee-Odai's Career Statistics|
Career HighsReceptions - 7 (vs. BC, 11/29/08)
Receiving Yards - 78 (vs. BC, 11/10/07)
Long Reception - 41 yards (vs. BC, 11/10/07)