41  Lee Pattillo
Lee Pattillo

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Bryson City, N.C.

High School:
Swain County HS

Last College:
N.C. State

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 225

Position:
TE


08/19/2014

2014 Catamount Football Position-by-Position Preview: Tight Ends

CSN talks with coach Pat Mills and player London Richardson

08/15/2014

2014 Catamount Football Position-by-Position: Running Backs

CSN talks with assistant coach De'Rail Sims; players Shaun Warren and Darius Ramsey

08/13/2014

Catamount Football Fall Report # 6: August 13, 2014

WCU scheduled to practice twice on Thursday

03/18/2014

Catamount Football Opens 2014 Spring Drills Tuesday

WCU to hold 14 additional practices, culminating with Spring Game on April 12

08/17/2013

Catamount Football Completes Final Preseason Scrimmage Saturday

Defense tallies three takeaways while offense scores four TDs, three FGs

Note: Prior to the start of preseason camp, converted to offense as a tight end.

2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in all 12 games during the season, mostly on special teams and as a reserve linebacker on defense ... Credited with seven total tackles including three solo stops ... Made his WCU debut in the season-opener at Middle Tennessee State ... Recorded first career tackle for the Purple & Gold against ACC-foe, Virginia Tech ... Tallied a career-high four stops against The Citadel ... Named to the 2013-14 Southern Conference Honor Roll ... Missed action in spring drills for precautionary reasons after off-season surgery.

2012 (Freshman): Transferred to Western Carolina during the summer of 2013.

Prior to Western Carolina: Was as a preferred walk-on with North Carolina State out of high school ... Was an anchor for the Maroon Devils defense at Swain County High ... Was named to the NCPrep All-State 1-A team on the defensive side at linebacker after leading the 2011 squad in tackles, averaging a team-high 8.0 tackles per game.

Personal: Is the son of Norma and Sam Pattillo ... Father was the former head football coach at Swain County High who won 31 games in three seasons and was named the WNC Coach of the Year, as well as the Smoky Mountain Conference Coach of the Year ... Has an older brother, Rob, and a sister Brette.

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