Lamb, a 5-foot-9, 191-pound athlete from Miami (Fla.) Northwestern, also hopes to attend games at LSU, Mississippi State, and Rutgers this coming football season.
Lamb's summer travels have been much more limited than he would have liked. He has only visited Rutgers and has two visits upcoming – Oregon on July 15 and Georgia's camp.
Georgia's camp will mark Lamb's first football-related action since breaking his fibula in May.
"I'm at 95-percent right now and I'm still going to rehab," Lamb said. "I have a week or two left [or rehab] and that will be it."
Lamb suffered the injury during the first day of spring practice.
"I was running the ball and someone's facemask went head on with the ball, and [my fibula] broke," Lamb said.
Lamb's scholarship offer total has reached double-digits. However, he's currently favoring a school that has yet to offer.
"It's pretty much LSU this time," Lamb said of his current leader. "I really like LSU. They've been sending me a lot of letters and showing a lot of interest. Their letters are really inspiring and they've been helping me."
On the other hand, Lamb feels UNC, his former favorite, has cooled on him a bit.
"I'm just not hearing from them as much as I was," Lamb said.
Lamb still plans to announce his collegiate designation on Signing Day and take all five of his official visits.