"It was very exciting, it was fun and everything," Lamb said. "I was real happy to go up there this whole weekend. I checked out the facilities and everything is state of the art. The coaching staff is phenomenal. My coach, Kenny Carter, is a great coach and has coached great running backs. I really see myself being there my next four years."
"They want me to play running back and move me out a couple of times," Lamb said. "Where ever I can help the team."
Lamb committed to Louisville without visiting campus. He did that because of his relationships with Strong and Carter, who recruited him while they were assistants at Florida.
"I already had a relationship with both coaches," Lamb said. "When I heard they were moving over there it was no problem for me to commit because I had a relationship with them."
Lamb explained why he wants to play for Strong at UofL.
"Coach Strong is a nice guy and he's very positive. There's nothing negative about him," Lamb said. "He always has a smile on his face. Coaching-wise he's a great coach. He's won two national championships in the last five years. He's a great coach."
While Lamb's commitment to Louisville is firm, the 5'10, 185-pound running back plans to make a few more visits this month.
"I'm taking other visits, but for my first visit that was real big – I liked [Louisville], it was impressive," Lamb said.
This weekend, Lamb visited Louisville with Northwestern High teammates Michaelee Harris, Torrian Wilson and Todd Chandler. Harris has already committed to Louisville, while Wilson, a three-star OL, and Chandler, a four-star defensive lineman, are strongly considering the Cards.
"Michaelee was real impressed, Torrian was really impressed and liked what he saw and Todd Chandler was impressed," Lamb said. "We have talked about going to the same school but we've never said we are going to the same school. We can't say we're going...yet."
According to Lamb, he and Harris have been working hard to get Chandler and Wilson to join them at Louisville.
"We kept being in [their] ears about Louisville," said Lamb. "I hope it works."