Could Greyson Lambert be the next Tim Tebow?
The former Georgia quarterback may have played his final down in college football, but he still could make an impact as a professional athlete on the baseball diamond.
According to Gerry Fraley of Dallas Morning News, Lambert has agreed to a minor-league contract with the Texas Rangers, which the former QB confirmed Saturday night via Instagram.
According to Fraley, Lambert has not played organized baseball since his freshman year of high school, although the Rangers seem hopeful that Lambert can make an impact as a pitcher.
In four college seasons, two with Virginia and two with Georgia, Lambert’s best season came as a junior in 2015 when he completed 63.3 percent of his passes for 1,959 yards and 12 touchdowns while giving up just two interceptions.
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