Mano A Mano: Justice vs. Henderson

The offensive line shuffle looks to continue for another week in Indianapolis. This week signs are pointing that Jeff Saturday will be back at center, but LT Tony Ugoh will likely be out with a sore groin. As a result, Charlie Johnson will likely move from left guard to left tackle and Steve Justice could be implemented at left guard.
September 19, 2008

Colts Think Offense With Comp Picks

With their three compensatory selections in the 2008 Draft, the Indianapolis Colts took two fairly well-known players from well-known schools, so they saved the most obscure for last.
April 27, 2008

Center of Attention

The Cardinals offensive line steadily improved last season and looks to take another step next year. One key ingredient will be building depth through the draft. looks at one offensive lineman who's overcome his lack of size through his work-ethic and passion for the game.
February 6, 2008

AP Names Justice & Smith All-Americans

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The postseason honors continue to roll in for Wake Forest football players Steve Justice and Alphonso Smith. Justice on Tuesday was named to the Associated Press All-America first team while Smith was named to the AP third team.
December 11, 2007

Justice Wins Jacobs Blocking Trophy

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Wake Forest senior center Steve Justice has been named the 2007 recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy. The award is given annually to the Atlantic Coast Conference's top blocker and determined by the league's head coaches.
November 25, 2007

Florida OL Talks About WFU Verbal

As DeaconSports reported earlier, Wake Forest picked up a verbal commitment from Steven Justice earlier this week. DeaconSports spoke with Justice shortly after his verbal. In our exclusive interview with the Florida lineman, he talks about Wake Forest, his high school season, and his recruitment.
December 19, 2002

OL - Steve Justice, New Smyrna Beach (FL) HS

Justice recorded 19 pancake blocks and graded out at 89 percent playing on the line. He made first team All-State (4A division) and All-Central Florida following his junior season...
September 3, 2002