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Aamir Justice Excited For New Scenery
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (3:11 PM CT, Fri September 22, 2017)
2019 G Aamir Justice is starting to see his name catch on.
2019 G Aamir Justice is starting to see his name catch on.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Palm Beach, FL (Future150) -- Class of 2019 SG Aamir Justice, a native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, attended Future150's "The Summit" Camp" this summer and was very impressive, ultimately making the all-star game. 

Running with the South Florida Kings on the AAU front, Justice was one of the squads most productive guards. It's very easy to see why he's beginning to make his name as one of the top-tier guard prospects in the 2019 class of Florida. 

Formally at J.P. Taravella High School out of Coral Springs, Justice decided to transfer to American Heritage Delray for his junior season for multiple reasons. 

"I decided to transfer to American Heritage Delray, which is one of the top academic schools in Palm Beach County," Justice said. "I did this to put myself in a better position for college. I was brought over to change the culture and really reshape the program."

Justice's personality on the court is that of a strong leader as he was one of the best vocal leaders that the Future150 staff saw at any of our exposure camps this summer. Vocal leadership isn't the only thing that he's looking to provide at his new school. 

"I'm looking to take my team far into districts and individually I'm trying to make first team for Palm Beach County," Justice said.

As a 2019 prospect his recruitment is relatively quiet right now, but to be fair, he's really just now starting to get his name on the map. Justice has seen interest from Columbia University along with DII's UC-San Diego and Catawba out of North Carolina. 

With his mature style of play, vocal leadership, and elite scoring abiltiies, there's no question that Justice has the potential to be a solid division one prospect. 

"I have interest in playing at the University of Maryland someday," Justice said when asked about programs who he would like to see recruit him one day. "I took a visit to their campus a week ago, and I really liked it. My parents are alumni as well."

Continue to follow along with Future150 as we track Justice's recruitment and progress as his junior season gets underway. 

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