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#12 Jarrett Lee
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 206 lbs.
Class: Senior
Experience: 4 Letters
City/State: Brenham, Texas
High School: Brenham HS
Major: General Studies
Born: 06/02/1989
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Jarrett Lee Bio
Courtesy: LSUsports.net (@LSUsports)
Release: 04/23/2012

2008 SEC Freshman of the Week (vs. Miss. State)

NFL
Signed free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers following the 2012 NFL Draft.

CAREER
Played in 43 games with 18 starts during his LSU career ... Started at least one game in three seasons, including nine as a senior in 2011 ... Started eight games as a redshirt freshman in 2008 and one in 2009 ... Threw 32 touchdown passes and for 3,949 yards during his career ... Connected on 317-of-565 passes ... Recorded a 14-4 record as a starter, including a 9-0 mark in 2011 ... Led LSU to four fourth quarter comebacks during his career, highlighted by the game-winning drive to beat Florida in Gainesville in 2010 ... Put together one of the best seasons for a freshman quarterback in LSU history, throwing for over 1,800 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2008 ... Ranked second to Tommy Hodson for attempts, completions, yards and TDs by a freshman quarterback in LSU history ... His 131 straight passes without an interception from 2010-11 ranks second in school history behind Alan Risher's 137 in 1982 ... Ranks seventh in school history for career touchdown passes with 32 ... Ranks eighth in career completions in LSU history with 317, ninth in career passing attempts at 565 and 10th in career passing yards at 3,949 ... Completed his degree requirements in January of 2012 and will officially graduate from LSU in May of 2012.

SENIOR SEASON (2011)
Played in 13 games with nine starts for the Tigers ... Started first nine games of the season in place of Jordan Jefferson, who lost his starting role due serving a four-game suspension from the team ... Led LSU to a 9-0 record and a No. 1 national ranking as a starter in 2011 ... Threw 13 touchdowns and just three interceptions in his nine starts ... For year, tossed 14 TD passes and three interceptions ... Led the SEC in passing efficiency with a 152.0 rating as he completed 104-of-167 passes for 1,306 yards ... Ranked No. 9 in the SEC in passing yards with 100.5 yards per game ... Became the first LSU quarterback since Herb Tyler in 1998 to throw at least one TD pass in each of the first eight games of the season ... Opened senior season by leading Tigers to a win over Top 5-ranked Oregon ... Threw for 98 yards on 10-of-22 passing with one TD in the victory over the Ducks ... Had a productive outing with a 14-of-20 performance for 165 yards and two touchdowns against Auburn ... Tied his career high with three touchdown passes and finished 13-of-17 for 138 yards at Tennessee ... Tied his career high with three touchdowns on 16-of-28 passing for 180 yards and no interceptions at West Virginia ... Completed 78 percent of his passes as he went 21-of-27 for 213 yards, one TD and one interception at Mississippi State ... Saw his streak of 131 consecutive passes without an interception come to an end on his final pass attempt at MSU ... Nearly flawless against Northwestern State in week 2 as he finished 9-of-10 passing for 133 yards and a TD in one half against the Demons ...  Played late in the games against Arkansas and Georgia ... Finished 3-of-7 passing for 24 yards and two interceptions at Alabama in what his last start of the season. 

JUNIOR SEASON (2010)
Completed 54-of-89 passes for 573 yards with two TDs and one interception as the backup quarterback ... Played in 12 games and did not start any contests ... Hit Rueben Randle with a 47-yard pass on a key third down late in the Alabama game to help seal the victory for LSU as he finished 4-of-7 passing for 67 yards ... Played consistently well at Florida as he completed 9-of-11 passes for 124 yards and two TDs, including the game winner with six seconds left ... Found Terrence Toliver in the corner of the endzone for the game-clinching 3-yard score that gave the Tigers their first win in "The Swamp" since 2005 ... Saw significant action against Tennessee and completed 16-of-23 passes for 185 yards and one interception ... Made his first appearance of the season in the fourth quarter at Vanderbilt and completed his only pass attempt for 16 yards to Rueben Randle.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009)
Served as the backup quarterback in 2009 ... Played in seven games with one start ... Started in place of an injured Jordan Jefferson against Louisiana Tech and led the Tigers to a 24-16 victory ... Completed 7-of-22 passes for 105 yards and one touchdown pass against Louisiana Tech ... Came off the bench in the second half against Alabama to fill in for an injured Jefferson and finished 4-of-10 for 44 yards with one interception ... Was 2-for-3 for 25 yards against Tulane ... Entered late in the fourth quarter against UL-Lafayette and threw one pass for a 1-yard TD to Charles Scott, his first passing touchdown of the season and 15th of his career ... For the year, completed 16-of-40 passes for 197 yards and two scores.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2008)
LSU's starter at quarterback for eight games in 2008 before an ankle injury against Ole Miss sidelined him for the remainder of the regular season ... Guided the Tigers to a 4-4 mark in those starts, which included a pair of fourth-quarter comeback wins against Auburn and Troy ... Played in first 11 games before missing final two contests ... Connected on 143-of-269 passes for 1,873 yards and 14 touchdowns ... Ranked second to Tommy Hodson in LSU history for freshman quarterbacks in yards, touchdowns, attempts and completions ... Missed the second half of the Ole Miss game and all of the Arkansas contest due to an ankle injury ... Did not play in the Chick-fil-A Bowl ... Split time with Andrew Hatch during first three games of season ... Took over as the starter at quarterback for the Tigers against Mississippi State ... Became the first redshirt freshman quarterback to start a game for LSU since JaMarcus Russell in 2004 ... Named SEC Freshman of the Week for his performance against Mississippi State when he completed 18-of-27 passes for 261 yards and two touchdowns ... Threw for a career-high 287 yards and three touchdowns in home loss to Georgia ... Threw for at least two touchdowns in five games - Appalachian State (2), Auburn (2), Mississippi State (2), Florida (2) and Georgia (3) ... Connected on 23-of-38 passes for 209 yards in road loss to Florida ... Led the team to its largest comeback in school history against Troy in late November ... Trailing 31-3 early in the third quarter, Lee rallied the Tigers as LSU scored 37 unanswered points, including 30 in the fourth quarter, to beat Troy, 40-31 ... Lee finished the game by connecting on 20-of-34 passes for 216 yards and a TD ... Came off the bench to guide the Tigers to their first win at Auburn since 1998 ... Finished 11-of-22 for 182 yards and two touchdowns in that contest, including an 18-yard dart to Brandon LaFell for the game-winner with 1:03 left in the game.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2007)
Redshirted as a true freshman in 2007.

HIGH SCHOOL
Impressive pocket-passing quarterback ranked in the top three in the state of Texas and the top 15 in the nation ... Member of the Houston Chronicle Top 100 ... According to scouts, had a standout week at the inaugural Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ... Led his team to a District 18-4A championship and a berth in the state playoff semifinals as a senior ... Completed 170-of-264 passes for 2,384 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior ... Had a 64 percent completion percentage in 2006 and was voted district MVP ... Connected on 250 of his 350 passes as a junior for 3,425 yards and 40 touchdowns in a spread offense ... Named the 2005 Greater Houston Offensive MVP and was an all-state selection ... Also a member of the basketball team ... His father, Stephen, was an assistant coach at Brenham High School ... Coached by Glen West.

PERSONAL
Full name is Calen Jarrett Lee ... Goes by Jarrett ... Born June 2, 1989, in San Angelo, Texas ... Parents are Stephen and Molly Lee ... Has three siblings - Jordan, Jacy and Katie ... Lists his favorite sports hero as John Elway.

LEE'S CAREER HIGHS 
Attempts: 38 vs. Florida, 2008
Completions: 23 vs. Florida, 2008
Yards: 287 vs. Georgia, 2008
Touchdowns: 3, three times (Last: at Tennessee, 2011; 2nd: at WVU, 2011; 1st: vs. Georgia, 2008)

LEE’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS

Year

G-GS
Att.-Comp.-INT
Yds.
TD
LG

2007

Redshirt Season

2008

11-8
269-143-16
1,873
14
66

2009

7-1
40-16-1
197
2
38

2010

12-0

89-54-1

573

2

47

2011

13-9

167-104-3

1,306

14

57

Totals

43-18
565-317-21
3,949
32
66

LEE’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

Year

G-GS
Att.
Yds.
TD
LG

2007

Redshirt Season

2008

11-8
11
-97
0
4

2009

7-1
3
-23
0
0

2010

12-0

10

-46

0

8

2011

13-9

6

-15

0

15

Totals

43-18
30
-181
0
15

 

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