Florida OL has first visit this weekend

New Smyrna Beach (Fla.) offensive lineman Steven Justice has scheduled his first two official visits.
"I have a visit this week from December 6th through the 8th with Wake Forest," Justice said. "I set up another visit with Rutgers on January 17th. That's it right now. Schools that are talking to me about coming up for visits are Southern Miss, Clemson and Furman."
Justice (6-4, 265) has scholarship offers from Wake Forest, Rutgers and Southern Miss. One of those schools is making an in-home visit with him later this week.
"My mom got a message on the phone from the Rutgers coach. They want to come Wednesday to the house. That's the only one right now."
"I like UF, UNC, Rutgers and Wake Forest. Southern Miss is pretty nice too. I guess that's my top five."
Justice played offensive and defensive line this season at New Smyrna Beach. He'll likely be a guard or center at the next level.
"My overall percentage was 91 this year and I had 16 roaches. On defense I had 53 tackles and two sacks. I made first team All-District and I think I was their Player of the Year."
He's been invited to appear in a local All-Star game but it looks like his schedule is going to be full that week.
"I've been asked to play in the Central Florida All-Star Game but I'm not sure I'm going to be able to play because I wrestle too and we have a Christmas tournament that week and I promised my coach that I'd wrestle. Unless I can work something out I won't be playing in that."