Hindman (Ky.) Knott County Central shooting guard Camron Justice thought he would be done with the recruiting process when he committed to Tennessee back in October. Just a few weeks ago, he started having second thoughts about that decision and decided to open up his recruitment.
"I de-committed from Tennessee about two weeks ago," Justice told Rivals.com. "I just wanted to open it back up and see what my options would be. I wanted to still consider them, but they called like two days after I opened up and said they were done recruiting me."
Currently ranked as the 139th best prospect in the 2015 class on Rivals.com, it didn't take long for schools to begin recruiting Justice again. He quickly received offers from several quality programs.
"Since I opened up, I've talked to Vanderbilt, Butler, Boston College, Belmont, Notre Dame, Wake Forest and those are the big ones," Justice said. "Vanderbilt and Boston College have offered and Butler pretty much said an offer is coming. I've been in contact with Notre Dame for about a week and I've only talked to Wake Forest a little bit."
Vanderbilt jumped on Justice quickly once he backed out on their in-state SEC rival.
"It's a really nice school," Justice said. "They have a nice program. It's a traditional school and the education is great."
Although he hasn't been on campus yet, Justice seems genuinely interested in Boston College.
"I haven't been up there yet, but they want me to come on an official visit soon. I've watched them three or four times and I like the way they play. Their coaches are nice guys. They like to talk and they just sound like they are humble."
Butler has had great success in recent years, a fact that isn't lost on Justice.
"I honestly didn't realize how little a school it was," Justice said. "Their success has been amazing. Two Final Four trips and they have been to the national championship. Coach (Brandon) Miller is a great coach. He was under Brad Stevens, so I think he realizes what he needs to do and the kids he needs to recruit."
Once his junior season of high school basketball concludes, Justice plans on getting out to see some of the schools recruiting him this time around.
"As soon as the season ends, I'm going to try to get a three or four visits in. I'm going to take an official visit to Boston College and then everything else will be unofficial," Justice explained.
The 6-foot-3 shooting guard isn't going to rush into deciding where he'll attend college, but he does plan to have his recruitment wrapped up by the time he suits up for his senior season.
"I'll probably wait a while. I'm going to sign before basketball season starts with a school I just feel comfortable with and somewhere I can communicate well with the other players."
Justice says four schools are currently standing out, but the Commodores have the edge at the moment.
"I'd say it would be Vanderbilt, Butler, Boston College and Notre Dame are about the same, but Vanderbilt is No. 1."
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