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QB Jack Lambert Commits to Penn State as PWO

Jack Lambert, an unrated QB out of Topsail High School in Topsail, North Carolina, has committed to Penn State as a preferred walk-on.

Lambert is a 6-foot-3, 185-pounder who’s had interest from schools such as Appalachian State, Clemson, East Carolina and NC State after attending their camps over the summer.

Lambert, in his career, has completed 49 percent of his passes for 1,172 yards and ten touchdowns compared to five interceptions. This season, however, he’s completed nearly 55 percent of his passes, throwing for 455 yards and six touchdowns so far.

After committing to Penn State, he posted his gratitude to Twitter.

“I am beyond blessed to say that I am committing to Penn State as a PWO,” Lambert wrote. “I would like to thank my parents as they shaped me into the man I am today.”

 “I would like to thank all of my coaches and teammates that have helped me become the best QB I can be on the field.” Lambert wrote.

He then paid homage to the great Chad Powers by writing “#THINKFASTRUNFAST.”

Lambert is the third quarterback to commit to Penn State in the 2023 recruiting cycle and the second preferred walk-on.

AJ Locke, the other preferred walk-on, committed in June and three-star recruit Jaxon Smolik committed in August after flipping from Tulane.

Twitter: @bwalkerdadon

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