Lambert High on 2012 Wish List

Lambert High on 2012 Wish List


Lambert High on 2012 Wish List


Once signing day is over the Clemson staff will quickly turn their full attention to the 2012 class.  One of the top targets will be Georgia standout Greyson Lambert.

The top quarterback couldn’t make it to Clemson’s Junior Day last weekend.

“I wasn’t able to make it.  I was invited to come down, but I had already told Georgia I would visit there.  I talked with coach Scott and told him I couldn’t make it,’ said Lambert.

The early offer list is impressive for Greyson.

“Right now I have offers from Alabama, Clemson, Georgia and NC State,” said Lambert.

When asked about if he has a leader, Lambert responded, “I don’t have one right now”.

Look for a possible decision by the end of summer.

“I don’t want to have a long process.  I want to get it done early.  I would like to get it done before the season,” said Lambert.

The Tigers will get a visit before he decides on his college destination.

“I want to visit Clemson, Alabama and NC State.  I also would like to see Florida, Florida State and Arkansas,” said Lambert.

Last summer Greyson camped at Clemson and came away very impressed.

“It was a great experience.  I was there for two or three days.  I got to build a good relationship with the coaches.  Before my junior season they gave me an offer,” said Lambert.

Greyson looks foward to hearing more about Clemson’s new spread offense.

“I haven’t really talked with coach Morris yet.  I talked with coach Scott and he told me about the new offense,” said Lambert.



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