Marqise Lee: 'I would be reliable Draft pick'

Wide receiver Marqise Lee #9 of the USC Trojans smiles after the Trojans scored during the third quarter of the game against the Oregon State Beavers on November 1, 2013
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Wide receiver Marqise Lee is confident that he will not cause any trouble to whichever team drafts him in May.

Former USC Trojans wide receiver Marqise Lee has insisted that he would be a reliable pick for any NFL team for the 2014 Draft, which takes place at the start of May.

Lee said that he has been able to recover from injuries already in his career and as such has a maturity that will ensure he does not bring any trouble with him to whichever franchise decides to select him.

"You learn to remain positive at the end of the day," Lee told the Detroit Lions' official website. "As far as the injuries, it doesn't matter if you get hurt or not. There are still some things you can work on even though you're not on the field. You can still help even though you're not helping on the field.

"When you talk about reliable it's more on and off the field. No issues coming back to the organisation. You're not hearing anything negative as far as Marqise. On the field, important play, just me being responsible to catch it, knowing how important it is. Just having the team trust in me."

Lee is expected to be drafted in either the first or second round in May.

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