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Justice visits SMU
"It was an unofficial visit for Jeremiah (Briscoe) and me," said A.J. Justice, the nation's 63rd-ranked safety. "It went alright. We didn't get to meet the DB coaches or many of the other coaches. We were supposed to meet the coaches on Sunday, but no one answered our calls. I actually haven't talked with anyone from SMU since I got back to Houston, either. "It was a nice environment. I'm going to return for an official visit probably soon. Most schools have backed off since I committed to SMU, but some have started recruiting me harder. Minnesota and Arkansas have been talking to me and I'm going to take an official to Arkansas - and possibly Minnesota. Arkansas is coming down to watch me play in two weeks. I think they'll offer. Minnesota was in contact before I committed to SMU and I didn't think they were that serious, but their coach has been talking to me more lately." Justice might also visit Virginia, which has landed a verbal from his teammate: DB Kelvin Rainey. "Virginia is still recruiting me, but they don't have a spot at safety right now," said Justice. Stratford started the year slowly -- losing its first two games -- but the Spartans rebounded for a 28-13 decision over Friendswood last week. "We got a lot of guys back from injury and are looking good now," said Justice. "I had a quiet game against Friendswood -- they didn't come my way much -- but we had three interceptions and three goal-line stands. Our defense really picked it up (after allowing 66 points the previous week) and our offense was rolling. Our running back - Brian Skulski - came back from an injury and rushed for three touchdowns." This week, Justice and the Spartans try to make it two in a row versus the Channelview Falcons (2-1).
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