According to the Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson, the Indianapolis Colts are among the NFL teams that have worked out Connecticut safety Junior Lee:
The 6’0″, 212 pound safety had 19 tackles in his senior season for the Huskies, appearing in 12 games and playing on both defense and special teams.
While Lee’s production doesn’t jump out, he impressed at his pro day in early March, as he recorded a 37 inch vertical and a 4.5 forty time among other measurables.
He was always highly regarded for his special teams ability during his collegiate career.
Of course, the Colts could use some special teams help at safety, as the team recently lost Colt Anderson to the Buffalo Bills in free agency. Not to mention, their safety depth also took a hit when last year’s starter Dwight Lowery signed with the San Diego Chargers earlier this offseason.
Lee could be worth a look at safety as a late round draft pick or priority undrafted free agent.