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Lee commitment close

Although Dillon (SC) High School coach Jackie Hayes told the Knoxville New Sentinel that running back Jabo Lee will be going to Temple in the fall, there are still some details that have to be cleared up before the commitment is better solidified.

Lee commitment close

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Temple´s new head coach Matt Rhule. (Charles Fox/Staff Photographer)
Temple's new head coach Matt Rhule. (Charles Fox/Staff Photographer)

Although Dillon (SC) High School coach Jackie Hayes told the Knoxville New Sentinel that running back Jabo Lee will be going to Temple in the fall, there are still some details that have to be cleared up before the commitment is better solidified.

According to a source with knowledge of the situation, this is likely to happen sometime next week. The Owls begin practice in preparation for the 2013 season on Monday.

There are a few eligibility issues that still have to be cleared up. However, the source did not believe that this would be much of an impediment for Lee. Lee graduated from high school in Dec. 

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