Overview: Local prospect Darron Lee is fine athlete who played quarterback, wide receiver, safety and returned punts and kickoffs as a junior for the New Albany Eagles and he played primarily in the secondary and at quarterback as a senior ... Lee was named a first-team Associated Press Division II all-state cornerback as a senior after recording five interceptions with three punt return touchdowns, and accounting for over 1,700 yards of offense and 21 touchdowns ... he helped New Albany, coached by Mark Mueller, advance to the Division II state semifinals and to a 11-3 record as a senior ... Lee did it all in a third-round win over Marion-Franklin, throwing for two touchdowns, rushing for a 36-yard score, returning a punt 82 yards for a touchdown and making the game-clinching interception in the final minute ... team was 9-3 and a state qualifier in 2011 ... Lee was considered a four-star prospect (Scout) and the No. 29 safety prospect by Scout ... ESPN ranked him the No. 28 prospect overall in the state of Ohio ... originally from Chattanooga, Tenn., Lee moved to Ohio as an eighth grader ... Mom, Candice, is a news anchor for WCMH Ch. 4, the local NBC affiliate.