Madison (Wis.) East 2018 small forward Keshawn Justice is headed west. On Sunday, the smooth sharpshooter committing to Santa Clara and head coach Herb Sendek.  Justice chose the Broncos over UT-Chattanooga, Eastern Kentucky, Southern Illinois, Miami (OH), Northern Iowa, Loyola (IL), Wright State, Drake, Green Bay, and Milwaukee. 

One of the top 3-point shooting wings in the country, Justice knocked down 64 3-pointers as a junior. A floor spacer with a sweet release, Justice averaged almost three triples per game last season. 

Justice should help boost an offense that ranked No. 20 in the nation in 3-point field goals per game and also shot better than 38 percent from downtown. 

A do-it-all wing, Justice also posted 6.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game. What sets the 6-foot-6 senior apart is versatility. Justice can play three or four positions on offense, including point guard. Justice creates mismatch problems all over the floor with his ability to play inside and out or control the flow of the offense. 

Justice will probably be more of a wing threat at the college level, but this is a prospect who’s comfortable bringing the ball up the floor, igniting the transition break, and attacking on the ball from the top of the key. A point forward in high school, Justice can impact the game without scoring and has a knack for making his teammates better. 
Santa Clara is up to two commitments in 2018, including shooting guard Trey Wertz (Charlotte, N.C.). 

He played with the Playground Elite program during the grassroots travel season.