Marqise Lee saw his draft stock plummet after a rash of injuries and poor quarterback play hurt his overall performance last year.
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"I am 100 percent now, and it feels good," Lee said Friday night. "The wrist is fine. It hurt a little at first, but it was just one of those things. I can move it fine, and I am ready to go."
The proclamation is good news for the Jags after some teams reportedly took Lee off their draft boards, fearing his left knee injury at the University of Southern California could be a chronic problem. The 6-foot receiver also admitted to having shoulder and shin injuries last season.
"Most of it, I couldn't control," Lee said. "I got hurt once blocking; it was just a fluky thing. Most of them were just things that I couldn't control. I was annoyed, but I did what I could when I was hurt -- mental reps, watching teammates, encouraging them, learning from them. Little things.
"If you're competitive like I am, you prepare and you just get yourself ready for the next time up. That next time for me is now. I still got things done (when I was hurt), and I hope to get more down now."
A healthy Lee could ensure that statement rings true in September.