OL Cory Lambert
6-7, 306, 5.08
Greenville High School
Greenville, South Carolina
Sources close to Cory Lambert indicated late last week that a commitment either right before Christmas, or on Christmas day were in order, but apparently, that was too long of a wait.
One day after officially wrapping up his high school career at the 67th annual Shrine Bowl, one of the southeast's biggest linemen, made his commitment to Clemson recruiting coordinator David Blackwell and the Clemson Tigers.
"Clemson was just where I fit in the best," said Lambert. "I will still take all of my visits, but my commitment to Clemson is firm."
Lambert becomes the 4th verbal commitment for the Tigers on the offensive line, and likely focuses the Tigers' remaining needs on the offensive line on two key prospects.
For Lambert, now that the recruiting process and his high school career are over, his focus shifts to getting prepared for college, "I will just be lifting weights and running from here on out," stated the prize recruit.
We will continue to keep you updated on Cory Lambert, right up through signing day 2004.
Lambert Commits to Clemson
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