Sunday, October 20, 2013

Knott County's Camron Justice Commits to Tennessee


Yesterday, Knott County shooting guard Camron Justice committed to the University of Tennessee.

The 2015 shooting guard also had confirmed offers from Western Kentucky, Boston College, Eastern Kentucky, Morehead State, Northern Kentucky and UAB.

The 6'2" Justice committed during an unofficial visit to Tennessee yesterday during the Volunteers Football win over South Carolina.

Here is more from Steve Jones of the Courier Journal:
Knott County Central All-State junior basketball player Camron Justice committed to the University of Tennessee – the team he’s had at the top of his recruiting list for months – on Saturday during one of his many unofficial visits to Knoxville.
Justice made the pledge at halftime of the Volunteers’ football game against South Carolina while sitting in the Neyland Stadium stands with UT’s basketball coaches.
“They were excited,” Justice’s father, Raymond, said. “They have been trying to get him to commit early. I didn’t think it would be this early. I thought it would be the spring. But I understand what he’s trying to do. He wants to focus on basketball (and not fielding recruiting calls).
“…He’s very excited about Tennessee, their coaching staff and the chance to play in the (Southeastern Conference).”
 Kentucky High School Basketball has a lot of top quality players right now and Justice is just one of the best the state has to offer of high major talent.

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