Steve Justice Named to ESPN.Com All-America Team

Wake Forest center now mentioned on six All-America squads

Dec. 17, 2007

Wake Forest senior center Steve Justice earned mention on his sixth All-America team on Monday when ESPN.Com named him to its All-America first team.

Justice has now been named a first team All-America by Associated Press, the American Football Coaches Association, CBSSports.Com and ESPN.Com. He was a second team All-America on the Walter Camp and Sports Illustrated teams.

Justice, a 6-4, 284-pound redshirt senior from Port Orange, Fla. (New Smyrna Beach) received the Atlantic Coast Conference's prestigious Jacobs Blocking Trophy awarded annually to the conference's top lineman. Justice is a two-time All-ACC pick at center and was the runner-up for the Rimington Trophy this season.

Justice is the third Deacon to be named to the ESPN.Com team in the last three years. Placekicker Sam Swank was on the ESPN.Com team in 2006 and punter Ryan Plackemeier was named to the squad in 2005.



Steve Justice