Lee, one of several wide receivers who could still be available late in the first round, knows the Lions have shown a strong interest in various prospects at the position. And he'd love to land in Detroit, which holds the 10th-overall pick.
"Think I did pretty well, left a good impression, so hopefully, at the end of the day, I end up going there. If not, wherever I end up," Lee said, according to the Detroit Free Press. "Honestly, to tell you the truth, I'm going to be happy wherever I go down. If it's 10, it's 10. If it's 29, it's 29. It doesn't matter to me, as long as I get the opportunity to actually go out there and play."
According to the report, at least half a dozen wide receivers have been through the Lions' facility in recent weeks. The club has a definite need at cornerback, as NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly pointed out on "Path to the Draft" Wednesday, but he also pointed out that Detroit might be in a position to draft in the first round with a "best player available" philosophy.