Camron Justice, a standout at Hindman (Ky.) Knott County Central, pledged to Kevin Stallings and his staff. Justice took an unofficial visit to Vanderbilt on Friday.
Justice confirmed the commitment news to Scout.com.
"The opportunity that I feel I'm going to get there and I've been to campus a couple times and met everyone and never felt more comfortable anywhere else," Justice said about his commitment. "That was a main reason I went ahead and made the decision."
To go with Vanderbilt, Justice also entertained interest from Butler, Boston College, Notre Dame and a handful of other schools. At one time, Justice was also a Tennessee commit, but he backed off that pledge in early February.
Justice had a massive junior season, as he lead Knott County Central to the Kentucky Sweet 16 and was named to the All-State first team. He averaged 24.8 points and shot 41-percent from behind the three-point stripe.
Justice has a reputation as a shooter, but he played both on and off the ball for his high school team. He has good range on his shoot, has developed his ball handling and is starting to get more comfortable scoring from mid-range.
Justice is regarded as a three-star prospect on Scout.com.