Greenville High standout Cory Lambert has received a qualifying test score and will enroll at Clemson this week.
CUTigers.com spoke with Cory's aunt on Sunday to find out the latest. "Yes Cory will begin classes this week at Clemson," she told CUTigers.com in an exclusive interview.
The 6-7, 310 pound offensive lineman was a member of the 2004 signing class. Lambert played for the Sandlappers in the 2004 Shrine bowl and is expected to play offensive tackle for the Tigers.
Lambert is one of three players set to enroll at Clemson this semester. Alabama native Jacquez McKissic and New York native Elsmore Gabriel are also enrolled for the spring semester.
CUTigers.com will continue to keep you updated on this Tiger offensive lineman as spring practice draws closer.
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