Saturday afternoon, Tennessee jump-started their 2015 recruiting efforts by landing a Rivals150 prospect.
Cuonzo Martin and the Vols hosted 2015's No. 139 player Camron Justice for an unofficial visit on Saturday and multiple sources close to the situation indicated that Justice committed while attending the Tennessee/Georgia football game.
Shortly after, the 6-foot-2 shooting guard from Hindman (Kent.) Knott County Central confirmed his commitment via his Twitter account.
One of the class of 2015's premier shooters, Justice had been heavily targeted by Martin and his staff early and their early work paid off.
In addition to his ability to rip the nets from deep, Justice has developing ball skills. While not yet a point guard, he does have the potential to play more minutes on the ball down the road and he is a good passer and a competitor who plays with an edge.
Justice is the first commitment for Tennessee from the class of 2015. Overall, he is the seventh Rivals150 prospect to commit to Martin and his staff since they took the Tennessee job in the spring of 2011.