My favorite quote my dad always says is...."Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard!" I have made this my foundation and will always work hard to get better. Getting better for myself is a must. However, I must work the hardest for my team. Without my team, I am a just a guy that can throw a football down the field a bit. I do believe in my heart that I am a quarterback and will strive to perfect my mechanics, reads, footwork, and speeding up my decision making process. However, I am above all a team player. I will play whatever position my team needs me to play to reach our goals. - Christian Lee
- Size: 9.1
- Accuracy: 8.78
- Arm Strength: 8.8
- Release: 8.78
- Throw On Run: 8.76
- Footwork: 8.82
- Poise: 8.84
- Pocket Presence: 8.76
- Decision Making: 8.74
- Touch: 8.80
- Final Rating: 88.18
Christian has excellent size for a 2020 Pro Style QB at 6’4” 200 lbs. He's throws with a tall platform, able to oversee the entire field. What impresses me most about this QB is his toughness, both in the pocket and on the run. He's also very agile within the pocket, able to avoid traffic while maintaining the play all the way through.
His throws reach his receivers with good ball placement, accuracy and timing. Whether his passes are made at the short or long range, Christian doesn’t lose much accuracy because of distance. Very accurate while on the run.
A strong armed QB who can squeeze the ball in between tight windows of space or lay it out on a fly route with long distance. His vertical passing game can’t go unnoticed by defenses. He can reach beyond defensive coverage.
He releases the ball with an over the top delivery and fully extended arm motion. This gives his throws added height. His motion is smooth and consistent. Does a nice job setting up before delivery.
THROW ON RUN:
For a QB of his size, Christian is super athletic. He shows excellent mobility as he moves to the outside of the pocket, getting his feet in front of him and in-line with his potential targets.
Classified as a Pro Style QB, he can easily be mistaken for a Dual Threat. Very good speed and quickness into the secondary, with the ability to elude would-be tacklers. He’s very dangerous to opposing defenses because of his ability to serve as a potential dual threat while on the go. Excellent footwork on his dropbacks and set ups.
As the starting Varsity QB, Christian's confidence level is way up there. He believes in abilities and feels very comfortable within the pocket or on the run.
He’s very difficult to contain within the pocket. Displaying very good agility and mobility. Able to step up in the pocket or roll out for added space.
Christian does a nice job working with his primary targets. He's very aggressive on the field, willing to make plays within tight coverage. He's a playmaker while on the run, very difficult to get a read on this QB, able to pass or run on the go.
I was very impressed in his ability to adjust the velocity of his throws. From his soft touches on the fade routes, to his laser strikes over the middle. Has all the tools to become an elite collegiate QB prospect.
- 40 Yard Dash: 4.81
- Shuttle: 4.32
- Vertical: 30
- SPARQ Rating:
|Camp Date||Camp Name||Camp Location|
|6/17/2017||Texas State||San Marcus, TX|
2327 Hamilton Pool Ln Friendswood, TX 77546
Coach Contact Info
Name: Robert Koopmann