When asked if he considered himself committed to USC, Justice said, "No, I'm not committed."
Justice said he's narrowed down his choices to UCLA, USC and Florida, having tripped to Florida this last weekend.
"I had a good time on the Florida trip," he said. "I thought that it was completely a football school, but they have a lot of other things there that are pretty nice. Their communications degree was impressive."
Does he have even a slight leader among the three finalists? "Nope."
The big OL will entertain coaches from all three schools this week. "USC comes in on Wednesday. Florida is Thursday and UCLA is on Friday. And then Friday night, after UCLA comes in about five o'clock, I'll announce my decision at about ten o'clock."
Justice said that he's considering all the factors in his decision, with the academics and the chance at early playing time being probably the most important factors. He said he believed he'd have a chance to play early at all three schools and thought he could be happy with the academics at all three.His parents, Justice said, will leave the decision up to him. And it's a decision he's looking forward to making. "Recruiting's been fun, but I'm looking forward to getting it over with. And this Friday it's over."