On Saturday, while on an unofficial visit to Tennessee, Justice opted to go ahead and give an early commitment to his favorite school. Justice confirmed the news to Scout.com.
"I ended up liking it," Justice said about his visit. "I felt like it was all the things that I wanted."
Justice, a 6-foot-2 guard out of Hindman (Ky.) Knott County Central, picked the Volunteers over scholarship offers from Western Kentucky, UAB and Morehead State. Boston College, Vanderbilt and Butler were also showing interest.
"I think it was good fit for me," Justice told Scout.com. "They way the play, I like their coaching staff and I just think it was my best chance for success."
Justice has a reputation of a scorer and even went for 62 points in one game as a sophomore. He's a good shooter from three and is also a capable shot maker from mid-range. While he's best suited as a shooting guard, Justice has the ability to be a secondary ball handler.
Justice spent the summer playing with the Kentucky Travelers on the Nike EYBL circuit. In 18 games in the EYBL, Justice averaged 11.5 points a game and shot just over 36-percent from three.
Justice is Tennessee's first verbal pledge in the 2015 class. He's currently regarded as a three-star prospect on Scout.com.