New Smyrna Beach (Fla.) offensive lineman Steven Justice has added another offer over the summer. The 6-foot-4, 265 pounder has also attended two camps this summer.
Justice had previously been offered by Wake Forest and Southern Miss and a Big East school informed his high school coach of their intentions to offer as well.
"I didn't actually hear from the Rutgers coach but my coach said they had an offer for me," Justice said.
Steven recently camped at the Down & Dirty linemen camp in Lakeland (Fla.) and last month tripped up to the University of North Carolina camp. Steven's older brother Doug is a linebacker at UNC. Justice said he has no other camp plans for the rest of the summer and is now focusing on the season. He played primarily offensive tackle last year but this season he is moving to offensive guard and will also play on the defensive line. Steven believes he would either project at guard or center in college.
"I haven't had any visits lined up or anything," Justice said. "I'm just getting ready for next season and working out at the school and running. I'll be going both ways next season. I'm also moving to guard so I have to get ready to pull a lot."
Justice was named first team All-State and All-Central Florida after a junior season where he recorded 19 roach blocks and graded out at 89 percent. New Smyrna Beach went 10-3 last season.