The 6-foot-9 big-man will be graduating in May and will use his last year of eligibility playing as a graduate student. Lee started for the second straight season in 2013-2014 scoring 13.9 points per game and led the American conference in rebounding bringing down 8.6 boards per game. In 92 games with the Owls, Lee recorded 9.3 ppg and 6.8 rpg.
The Buckeyes made it to the NCAA Tournament this year as a #6 seed before they fell to #11 seed Dayton in the second round. Lee will provide a down-low presence with experience on a team bringing in multiple freshman big-men.