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October 24, 2013 10:49 AM

Knott Central's Justice says Tennessee best fit for his game

Camron Justice's dad was a little surprised his son was ready to make his college commitment early in his junior season. But that's what the Knott County Central standout did last weekend when he announced he would play at Tennessee. "He told me he'd thought about it a lot and was sure about it," Raymond Justice said. "If he's that excited about doing it, I'm real excited for him. You couldn't get a better coaching staff or better college setting than Tennessee."

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