Lambert Working Hard in the Classroom

Greenville High standout Cory Lambert is working hard in the weight room, the classroom and at work, where's looking to make some spending money for college this fall. "I can't wait to run down the hill and hear 85,000 fans," stated Lambert.

OL Cory Lambert
6-7, 306, 5.08
Greenville High School
Greenville, South Carolina

The 6-foot-7, 310-pound lineman is doing everything he can to be in the best condition possible when practice starts in August. "I work out in the weight room every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. I workout at either Greenville high or a friends YMCA," said Lambert in a recent interview with CUTigers.com.

Lambert has been working a lot of hours at his job over the past few months to save some money for college. "I have been working like crazy. I'm saving up for college."

The star lineman still has some work to do on his academics as he prepares to enroll in August.

"I'm in good shape on my grades. All I need to do is get the test score. I'm going to take the test again in June as a backup. I'm expecting to get my SAT score back next week."

Greenville High will have several top prospects again next year and Cory is doing his best to help them understand that they need to work hard in the classroom and on the field. "Travil seems very interested in Clemson. I keep telling him to stay up on his grades."

Lambert has not been able to make it up to Clemson this spring as he has worked hard to get some money for college. "No, I couldn't make it up there. I've been working too much."

The Lambert family is excited about Cory's opportunity to attend Clemson, but it will be hard for them to see their son go off to college. "They are going crazy. They can't wait. My mom is happy for me but she is not looking forward to me leaving. I keep telling them I will be close."

Coach Blackwell is also staying in close contact with the prize recruit. "I have talked to Coach Blackwell a lot. I talked with him Monday." We will continue to keep you updated on this future Tiger lineman, right up through the first day of practice in August.

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