New Smyrna Beach (Fla.) offensive lineman Steven Justice has been busy this week talking to college coaches. The 6-foot-4, 265 pound guard has received three scholarship offers.
"I've gotten a couple calls," Justice said. "Southern Miss called along with Florida State, Florida, Duke, and Furman. Clemson left a message. They all say pretty much the same things. They like how I play, my quickness, and they want me to get up there and see one of their games and check out their school. Southern Miss said they would like for me to come up at the end of the season and come on an official visit."
Steven Justice has scholarship offers so far from Southern Miss, Wake Forest, and Rutgers. He hopes he can make a college football game in the state this weekend.
"I was going to go to the FSU game last weekend but we had practice on Saturday," Justice said. "Coach wouldn't let me get off practice. We're trying to get to the UF-Miami game."
Justice hasn't scheduled any official visits yet and says he's totally open among the schools recruiting him.
"I really haven't narrowed them down yet," Justice said. "I'm pretty open to anything."
Justice said that Penn State, Miami, and North Carolina also continue to write regular letters to him. Steven's older brother Doug is a starting middle linebacker for UNC.
New Smyrna Beach defeated DeLand High School last Thursday in their kickoff classic by a score of 3-0. The 'Cudas will play Daytona Beach-Mainland this Wednesday in the first game of the regular season.
"Mainland is supposed to be pretty good this year," Justice said.