DB Returns From Official Visit to FSU

<b>Terrail Lambert, </b> a four-star athlete from Ventura (CA) St Bonaventure, just returned from his first official trip. The Territory.org caught up with the 5-foot-11, 180-pound standout to get his thoughts on his visit to Tallahassee where Florida State squared off against the Miami Hurricanes.

"It was an impressive trip," Lambert, who had 11 tackles and one sack last Friday night, said. "Florida is whole different world compared to California. It's flat, a college town and not very big. I think I would be able to adjust to it."

What impressed the Californian?

"Everyone talks Florida State football," he said. "But after talking to the academic advisors, I found out there's a heck of a lot more than football. They really stress academics there. A few players on the team have already graduated. Stanford Samuels and Mike Boulware are working on their second majors. I was also impressed with the support of the fan base and the booster club."

Lambert told The Territory.org that he would rate his visit a nine on a scale of one to ten.

The St. St Bonaventure senior is the cousin of Florida State running back Lorenzo Booker.

"After being with the academic advisors, I got to hang out with my cousin for most of the time," he said. "He showed me around and told me about the good things there. I also got a chance to talk with the coaches. "I talked a lot with Coach John Lilly. Coach Mickey Andrews showed me their defense and it's very similar to the one we run. They run a lot of nickel and blitz packages."

Next up for Lambert will be a visit to Notre Dame this upcoming weekend.

Lambert wasn't ready to name a favorite. However, he indicated that the Noles are heavily in the race for his services.

Expect Lambert to make a decision sometime in January or early February.

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