QB Greyson Lambert Profile
Wayne County High School junior quarterback Greyson Lambert picked up his Clemson offer in August, with Napier as offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach.
CUTigers recently caught up with Lambert for his thoughts on what's gone down in Clemson over the last week.
"I love Clemson, but that will probably change the way I look at it," he said of the changes." I'd like to get to know the new offensive coordinator. I'd like to make it to some games next year, to their junior day, if that's possible."
Lambert and Napier built a strong relationship, one that was fostered during the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.
Last week's news came as a surprise.
"It definitely was a shock to me. I heard some rumors going around that it was going to happen. I really liked coach Napier a lot," Lambert said.
But he still wants to give Clemson a chance.
"I feel like I should get to know the new offensive coordinator the same way I got to know coach Napier," Lambert said. "I like their offense. I just don't know how I would fit in their offense. I just need to study it a little bit more. I don't really know a whole lot about him yet."
Along with Clemson, Alabama and Georgia have offered.
Lambert was told that several coaches inquired about him during the week of the Junior Bowl. Texas called. Florida State and N.C. State both visited his high school.
2012 QB reacts to changes at Clemson
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