OL Cory Lambert
6-7, 306, 5.08
Greenville High School
Greenville, South Carolina
The Shrine Bowl marked the end to an outstanding high school football career for the prize recruit as he closes on a commitment to the Clemson Tigers.
So when is he going to make that big decision? "I don't know yet," said Lambert. "Hopefully it will be before Christmas. I've got to talk to my mom about it."
The 6-7, 310 pound prospect was not sure why the South Carolina team struggled to move the ball consistently against North Carolina. "I don't know. I did my job. That's all I can say."
Now that the big fella's high school career has officially come to a close, he will now concentrate on preparing for his college career. "I will just be lifting weights and running," stated the prize recruit. The coaches have given the Greenville standout some things to work on as he prepares for the next level.
The South Carolina superstar really enjoyed the Shrine Bowl experience, especially the visit to the hospital last Sunday. "It was great. I went there before with Greenville High. I wish we could stay longer. We didn't get to stay very long."
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding offensive lineman from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.
Cory Lambert Postgame Interview
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