Marqise Lee knows the question every NFL team thinking about drafting him was: What happened last season?

Lee, the wide receiver from USC, won the Biletnikoff Trophy in 2012 as the nation’s best receiver after catching 118 passes for 1,721 yards and 14 touchdowns. Last year as a junior, his numbers dropped to 57 catches, 791 yards and four touchdowns.

For Lee, the answer to this question is simple.

“Unfortunately I had an [knee] injury that I couldn’t control,” Lee told The Post on Monday. “That caused me to miss [three] games and didn’t let me perform to my potential. That’s really about it. I’m 100 percent now and I’m back to where I am. Nothing has changed. I’m going to come out and do what I’m supposed to.”

It’s possible Lee could get to prove that as a member of the Jets, who are looking for a wide receiver in this draft. Lee could be a target when they select 18th in the first round Thursday night.

The Jets have shown a ton of interest in Lee. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg attended Lee’s pro day in March and met with him privately both before and after the workout. The Jets then had Lee visit their Florham Park training center to get more information on the 6-foot receiver.