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Drexel junior guard Damion Lee said he plans to graduate in June and transfer to another school, where he would be eligible to play immediately next season. 

By SI Wire
March 30, 2015

Drexel junior guard Damion Lee told ESPN that he plans to graduate in June and transfer to another school, where he would be eligible to play immediately next season. 

Lee averaged 21.4 points this season for the Dragons, which was fifth-best in the country. The 6'6" guard also added 6.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game, while shooting 38.5% from three.  

According to ESPN's Jeff Borzello, Lee is expected to be "one of the most sought-after available players this off-season" due to his ability to play immediately as a graduate transfer. 

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Scout's Evan Daniels reports that Lee cleared out his locker on Saturday but is still awaiting paperwork. 

Lee fractured his right hand in February and missed the final three games of the season. He missed most of the 2013-14 due to a torn ACL and received a medical hardship waiver. 

- Molly Geary

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