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Maurice Lee
Wide receiver
Personal information
Date of birth: 1980
Place of birth: Cleveland, Ohio
Career information
College: Ohio State
Undrafted in 2004
No regular season or postseason appearances
Career history
* Dayton Warbirds (2005)
Career highlights and awards
* 2002 NCAA National Champion
  • 2005 NIFL All Star 1st Team, (Led league in All-Purpose Yards)
  • 2006 AIFL All Star 1st Team
  • 2007 AIFL All Star 1st Team
  • 2008 AIFL All Star 1st Team

Maurice 'Moe' Lee (born 1980) is former indoor football wide receiver.[1]

Early lifeEdit

He attended South High School where he was an option quarterback who was rated the number one athlete in the state of Ohio and one of the top recruits in the nation, the 5-foot-9, 185-pound Lee was recruited to Ohio State as a receiver. He played for the Buckeyes from 1999 to 2003. In that time he was tossed back-and-forth from receiver to defensive back.

College careerEdit

Lee was a part of the 2002 National Championship team at The Ohio State University. He played with the Buckeyes from 1999- 2002. He has a B.A. Education/Sports and Leisure Studies, 2004. He also received his Masters in Sport Management Fall 2011.

Professional careerEdit

Dayton WarbirdsEdit

In 2005, Lee signed to play for the Dayton Warbirds and led the NIFL in all purpose yards and was a first team All-Star selection.[2]

Miami Valley SilverbacksEdit

Lee also grabbed first team All-Star selections in the AIFA and the AIFL. As a member of the Silverbacks in 2006, Lee broke the league's single game record for receptions, yards, and touchdown receptions. Moe had 15 catches for 191 yards and 6 touchdowns to set the record. Later that season he broke his own records with 17 catches for 197 yards and 7 touchdowns. Lee finished the season with 90 catches for 1,385 yards and 29 touchdowns and was voted to the All-Star Team.[3]

Cincinnati CommandosEdit

On December 28, 2010, it was announced that Lee had come out of his year off and signed with the Cincinnati Commandos of the CIFL.[4] Lee went on to play in 4 games and collected 13 catches, for 216 yards and 4 touchdowns.[5]

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