UTEP QB Lorne Sam can make plays with his arm, his legs and most importantly with his head. The intellectual former Miner listens to his brother P.K.'s advice on the pitfalls of the next level. Ask Sam if he hopes to be a QB, and he's quick to deny that. "That's the misconception," Sam said. "I'm a wide receiver." If Antwaan Randel-El, Matt Jones and Brad Smith can do it, so can he.
April 27, 2008
The Florida State Seminoles held a spirited workout under sunny and steamy conditions on Monday. While an upbeat FSU eyes the start of two-a-days next Monday, the team holds its final conditioning session Tuesday afternoon. At least one player -- recevier <b>Lorne Sam</b> - expects to greet the final workout with a new hairdo. Click here for an update.
August 2, 2004
Lorne Sam followed his heart and returned to quarterback this spring. Sam, who was a prep standout at quarterback but played receiver last season for the Seminoles, is thankful the coaches followed their promise during his recruitment. Still, Sam realizes he could be moved back to wideout at any time. "Yeah, it has been a dream to play quarterback at FSU. For them to actually give me the opportunity to play at the position says a lot about our coaching staff," Sam said.
March 30, 2003