Dallas Makes Sean Lee a Cowboy
Tally up another one! Sean Lee is the newest Nittany Lion to be selected in the 2010 NFL Draft– he has been selected in the second round by the Dallas Cowboys.
Dallas made Lee the 55th player to be chosen after moving up in the draft from a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles. Lee’s hometown Pittsburgh Steelers passed on him to select Virgina Tech linebacker Jason Worilds, just 3 spots earlier.
The Cowboys, who employ a 3-4 defensive scheme, will likely play the former Lion as an inside linebacker– a position similar to the one he played in at Penn State.
The waiting game continues for the remaining Penn State players. Navarro Bowman, Darryll Clark, Andrew Quarless…who will be next?
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