Tigers strong with 2012 QB

Alabama was the first to step in with an offer to this 2012 quarterback out of Georgia. Though Clemson has yet to come forward with theirs, the Tigers are firmly in the mix.

QB Greyson Lambert Profile

Wayne County High School (Jesup, Ga.) rising junior Greyson Lambert was a busy man this summer. He camped at Clemson, Georgia twice, Alabama and Coastal Carolina.

"Georgia and Alabama are showing the most interest. Coach said I got a letter from Florida from Urban Meyer. They'd like to see some game film before they get in touch with me personally," Lambert recently told CUTigers. "Clemson gave me about three invites to their camp so I went to their camp this summer."

The three-day stay at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp was his first trip to Tigertown.

"I liked it. The whole campus is really nice. It's really pretty. I liked the practices as well," Lambert said. "I remember working with coach (Billy) Napier. He worked with me on my fundamentals and drops. I liked that.

"Coach Swinney, I liked his all in mentality. I'm trying to take that back with me to my team. I liked the camp."

He's got a solid interest in Clemson.

"I like how academics are first. I like basically everything about Clemson, but I like basically everything about each school because it's early for me," Lambert said.

Wayne County ran a wing-t offense during his sophomore season, during which he started the final seven games. Lambert threw for about 550 yards and three touchdowns. This fall, they'll be running out of the spread.

"It's going to be a lot more air out…we'll go under center, too. It's going to be a lot pro to spread stuff. I'm looking forward to it," he said.

Scout.com Southeast Recruiting Manager Chad Simmons said Lambert was the best quarterback at Georgia's showcase camp, Dawg Night.

Georgia commit and former Clemson target, 2011 quarterback Christian LeMay also participated in the event.

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