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Lamb Commits To ASU PDF Print
Written by Staff Reports   
Thursday, 17 January 2013 13:32


Quarterback Taylor Lamb, the son of former Furman coach and current Mercer University coach Bobby Lamb, has changed his mind. Lamb, the Gatorade Player of the Year in Georgia, originally made a verbal commitment to attend South Alabama next fall. But Lamb, a senior at Calhoun High

in Calhoun, Ga., is now aiming his sights on Appalachian State. Lamb announced his decision on January 13. Lamb stands 6-foot-2 and weighs in at 195 pounds. And he knows the spread offense, according to the scouting reports and ESPN Recruiting Nation Football.
Lamb, who completed 68% of his passes, threw for 3,499 yards and 36 touchdowns his senior year with just seven interceptions. He also ran for 417 yards and scored 12 TD as he led Calhoun to its 12th regional championship in a row and its fifth consecutive trip to the Class AA state title game at the Georgia Dome.
Lamb was named first team all-state in Georgia by the Associated Press, and he was named to the MaxPreps 2012 Small Schools All-American Football Team Second Team Offense.
Lamb began his playing career at Greer High in Greenville, S.C., before he transferred to Calhoun after his father was fired as head coach at Furman University following the 2010 season.

Photo Courtesy: Taylor Lamb, PHOTO SUBMITTED



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