Clarence Lee #92
Florida State University
Clarence Lee is a National Champion football player from Florida State University. During his time as a lineman with the Florida State Seminoles he was the strongest player in the history of the university, bench pressing 650 pounds. He was also a scholar student pursuing a double major in Math Education and Pure Mathematics. He played for one of college football's greatest and most successful coaches, the legendary Bobby Bowden, who holds the record for the most wins in college football history. Coach Bowden considered Clarence one of his favorite athletes, because he saw Clarence as role model and example of moral character to the entire team. Clarence is a man of commitment in a world filled with compromise.
Clarence was a 300 pound lineman with tremendous speed. He also set the bench press record at the NFL scouting camp, making him one of the strongest professionql football prospects for the NFL. His injuries caused his pursuit with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to end abruptly. He has played pro-football in the Arena League and still remains one of the strongest men in the nation.
Clarence Lee has spoken in thousands of schools throughout the USA and in over 30 countries around the world including: Greece, Thailand, Myanmar, Brazil, Romania, Ukraine, Belize, and Honduras. He is one of the most motivational and inspirational speakers in America, with a heart of compassion that is as large as his physical physique.