"I just wanted to open up my recruitment," Justice told Scout.com. "I felt like I made my decision a little too quick and I just don't want to regret my decision and I do the best for me."
"Those are the main four," Justice added.
"I just want to see what everybody else has to bring to the table and just make the right decision," he said.
Justice said that Tennessee called him a few days after his decommitment to tell him they would no longer be pursuing him.
"They called me back on Sunday and said they were done with me," he said.
On Saturday, Justice, a junior at Hindman (Ky.) Knott County Central, competed in the Jock Sutherland Classic. In a loss to Wayne County, Justice finished with 32 points and nine rebounds.
Justice showed an improved handle and attacked the rim going both ways. Although his long-range shot didn't fall in the first half against Wayne County, he hit three threes in the second and also made shots from mid-range.
Although more of a scorer, Justice is forced to play on the ball for his high school team.
"We are kind of missing a real point guard, so I handle the ball," Justice said. "It's not that big of a difference and it's only going to make me better."
Justice is currently regarded as a three-star prospect on Scout.com.