NMSU Football BIO
7 Todd Lee

2010 (Junior): Lee played in all 12 games at wide receiver for the Aggies in 2010, starting for games. On the season, Lee caught 24 passes for 280 yards and a team leading three touchdowns. He also returned punts for the Aggies, returning nine punts for 83 yards, averaging 9.2 yards a return. In the season opener against San Diego State (Sept. 11), Lee caught four passes for 40 yards and a touchdown, while rushing for 22 yards. At UTEP (Sept. 18), he caught three passes for 29 yards, returning one punt for a season-high 37 yards. He then went the next four games without a reception. Lee bounced back against Idaho (Oct. 23), catching two passes for 27. Against Utah State (Nov. 6), Lee grabbed two passes for 37 yards and his second touchdown of the season. Lee then caught three passes for a season-high 73 yards against LA Tech (Nov. 13), including a touchdown pass of 30 yards from Andrew Manley. Versus Nevada (Nov. 20), he tallied three catches for 17. In the season finale against Hawai’i (Nov. 27), Lee caught a season-high five passes for 50 yards.

2009 (Sophomore): Lee played in 12 games for the Aggies in 2009 at the wide receiver position and as a punt returner. Lee recorded 28 catches for 280 yards and a touchdown on the season. At San Diego State (10/3), Lee caught three passes for a career-high 67 yards and his first career touchdown reception. Versus Idaho (9/5), Lee caught a career-high six passes for 49 yards. Against Prairie View A&M (9/12) and San Jose State (11/28), Lee caught four passes in each game. Also on the season, Lee recorded 266 all-purpose yards.

2008 (Freshman): Lee played in 11 games for the Aggies in 2008 as a wide receiver.  On the season, Lee caught six passes for 35 yards.  Against Alcorn State (10/4), Lee recorded a season-high 18-yard reception and a season-high two catches.  At Idaho (10/25), he had his second double-digit yard reception game of the season when he grabbed a single pass for 10 yards. Lee also registered a season-high 27-yard kick return versus Hawai’i (11/8). 

High School: Lee comes from Baton Rouge’s Catholic High School, which has an extensive list of former star players including Warrick Dunn, Travis Minor and Major Applewhite. Lee led the Bears to the district championship and the second round of the playoffs after a 9-1 regular season record his senior season. He made the 2007 Class 5A Academic All-State team and was first team all-district as a running back. Lee was also named to the Baton Rouge Advocate All-Metro team. He was selected to play in the Stick All-Star Game and was once a Sonic Player of the Week recipient. Lee rushed for 958 yards and two touchdowns his senior season. He caught 23 passes for 218 yards, returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and averaged 30.6 yards per return and had one interception on defense. As a junior, Lee was a starting cornerback and return specialist. He registered 27 tackles with three interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown in a playoff game. He rushed for 101 yards as a junior on 14 carries with three touchdowns. His junior season he returned six kickoffs for 203 yards (33.8 average) and took one for a score. He also returned seven punts for an average return of 16.1 yards. As a sophomore, he returned one punt for a touchdown.

Personal: Lee is the son of Todd and Lesley Lee. He is pursuing a degree in chemical engineering.

Position: Receiver
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 155
Year: Freshman
City/State: Baton Rouge, La.
High School: Catholic HS
Experience: High School

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