Report: “Half The League Is Out” On Marqise Lee Due To Injury Concerns

USC wide receiver Marqise Lee is one of the biggest names left available in the NFL Draft, and could very well be among the first players taken in tonight’s second round. However, if one report is to be believed (and its the NFL Draft, so that is a major question as teams are in full gamesmanship mode), Lee’s existing knee injury may be keeping him off many draft boards.

Bleacher Report’s Will Carroll, who covers injuries as closely as anyone, tweeted today that Lee’s sprained MCL may be keeping teams away from the talented Trojan.

Lee was a unanimous All-American and the Biletnikoff Award winner in 2012 after hauling in 118 passes for 1,721 yards and 14 touchdowns. He finished fourth in voting for the Heisman Trophy that season.

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