New Smyrna Beach (Fla.) offensive guard Steven Justice is looking to go on a couple unofficial visits to check out some games this season.
"I plan on going on unofficial visits to Wake Forest and probably Duke to go see a game," Justice said. "I'm trying to get to UF this weekend to go to Gainesville. I haven't lined up any officials yet."
Justice attended North Carolina's home game against Georgia Tech on September 28th. His older brother Doug is a middle linebacker for the Tar Heels and he was able to meet all of their coaches on that trip. Justice has scholarship offers from Wake Forest, Southern Miss, and Rutgers.
"Louisville just called me for the first time this past week," Justice said. "That's the only new school I've heard from."
Justice is also being recruited by Florida, Florida State, Duke, and Clemson among others.
"I don't have it narrowed down yet so I'm wide open still," Justice said when asked about favorite schools.
Steven has been talking with Wake Forest coaches about setting up an official visit there for later this year.
"Wake Forest has talked to me about coming up for an official visit in November or December," he said. "They were just throwing out some ideas and seeing if I could work them in or not. I can go up, I just don't know if I'm going to be able to go up for the November or December one."
Wake Forest has back-to-back open dates in mid-November and supposedly they're trying to line up players to come on official visits during those weekends.
New Smyrna Beach is having a rough start to the season and are winless after five games. They were a playoff team last year but lost 26 seniors.