Justice Plans To Leave At The End Of The Semester

Camron Justice is currently going through his sophomore season where he has seen his minutes diminish and a change could be best for both parties involved.

Justice came into the program as a dead eye shooter from three but injuries and limitations in other areas prohibited him from growing in the Commodores basketball program, especially under the direction of new head coach Bryce Drew.

The Hindman, Kentucky native was recruited to Vanderbilt by the staff led by Coach Stallings. He quickly showed off his deep range from three early in the 2015 season but a groin injury sidelined him for nearly a month. It was a long road getting back to health and after the coaching transition, Justice never seemed to gain ground with the new staff and system.

“To begin, I want to start by saying thanks to Coach Stallings and last year’s coaching staff for giving me the opportunity to play at Vanderbilt and in the SEC,” said Justice.  “Next, I want to say thanks to Coach Drew and this year’s coaching staff for everything they have done for me up to this point. However, after careful consideration with my family, I have decided it is time to move on from Vanderbilt. It's sad to say I will no longer play for Vanderbilt, but I've made some great memories and friendships that go farther than the game of basketball. From here, I am going to reopen my recruitment and decide the next chapter in my life. Thank you again!” via

Justice will leave after final exams are completed at the end of this week. Vanderbilt will return to the court on December 17th, this Saturday against Chattanooga tipping off at 7:30 pm Central. 

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