Corona Del Sol High School's superb 2017 prospect, 6-foot-1 junior guard Saben Lee is receiving loads of division-I interest as of late. After receiving another division-I offer for himself recently, Lee is now receiving serious interest from several more high-major division-I programs that will visit him this week.
Lee is coming off an excellent showing for himself last weekend in Los Angles, CA, while for for his club program Powerhouse Hoops in this year's So Cal Hoop Review held at the Next Level Sports Complex. As a result of Lee's performance, this week he is receiving visits to watch him workout at his high school from such schools as Kansas, Arizona, Stanford and Pacific.
University of Kansas assistant coach Kurtis Townsend will watch Lee work out on Tuesday, while members of the coaching staffs from the University of Arizona, Stanford and Pacific will watch him work out on Wednesday.
Recently, Lee received another division-I offer from Boise State. He also possesses offers already from New Mexico, Nebraska, Idaho State, Northern Arizona, Portland, Portland State, Weber State, San Diego, Grand Canyon, and Northern Colorado.
Lee is set to have a big spring and summer and will look to gain much more recruiting interest as a result. Look for Lee to become one of the hottest prospects in the West for the 2017 class.
Arizona Preps will continue to follow Lee's recruitment closely and bring you any updates as they continue to develop.
Arizona Hoop Review Scouting Report: No one’s stock in the state of Arizona rose more during the 2015 spring and summer evaluation periods than Saben Lee. A lighting quick guard with excellent athleticism and body control, Lee is able to break down defenders almost at will, and finish in the lane. His speed off of the dribble is exceptional, and he has a steady handle of the basketball. Lee also has great vision on the court, and he keeps his head up - looking for open cutters in the half-court set or in transition. His jump-shot is a work in progress, but once it develops and he is able to knock down shots at a consistent rate, he will be a load to deal with on a nightly basis. Lee also is a very good defender with quick hands and feet, and plays passing lanes. A potential lock-down defender at the next level. Look for Lee to become one of the elite prospects in the West for the 2017 class. Son of former NFL star football player Amp Lee.