QB Greyson Lambert Profile
Wayne County High School (Jesup, Ga.) junior Greyson Lambert recently caught up with CUTigers to talk about his visit to Tigertown last weekend.
"It was a great experience for me. I was just blessed to go there. The atmosphere was great," he said. "I got there when they were doing there warm-ups before the game, so I didn't get to speak to any of the coaches before the game."
Lambert enjoyed his first taste of Memorial Stadium on game day.
"I got to see the traditions of Howard's Rock and the 25 seconds, that was really exciting. All the fans and students jumping up and down. It was a great experience for me to be able to watch the game, it was just a good experience for me," he said.
This weekend, Lambert will head to Tuscaloosa for the Penn State/Alabama game. He hopes to attend a Georgia game and would like to make another trip up to Clemson this fall.
"I want to go to the Georgia Tech game at Clemson, but I don't know how that is going to pan out… if I can't go because of my team, my team comes first, obviously," he said. "I'm going to have to see how everything pans out the week before the games."
Through two games this fall, Lambert has thrown just over 300 yards and four touchdown passes. It's the first-year Wayne County has gone from the wing-t to a spread/pro-style offense.
"It's right up my alley. I'm liking it a lot," Lambert said.
Lambert picked up a Clemson offer last month after picking up an Alabama offer earlier this summer.
QB visits Tigertown; plans return trip
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