6’5” – 200lbs Justice Mitchell isn’t a trouble maker. He isn’t someone who will let you down. Justice isn’t a kid with huge dreams – why; because he has gigantic dreams. He isn’t a person who will leave you stranded and he isn’t someone who see the bad in people. Justice is that kid who want to see you win! He is focused on his goals and achieving them. He is a genuine kid at heart that loves the game of basketball. Justice doesn’t have one player that is in the NBA that he would like to be like or mimic. He respects the game of basketball and what it took for each player to arrive in the NBA. He doesn’t take things for granted. He works for everything he has and puts in the extra work.
Justice has multiple workout coaches who helps with strength and conditioning , Rusch Skills Academy located in Clayton, NC who helps with all aspects of the game of basketball check them out here
Coach Payne at D.P.C. Baseball Academy, Coach Chucky Brown from St. Augustine University. Coach Ryan Rudisill, Coach Everson Simmons, and the rest of the basketball coaches at Clayton High who have helped him to become a better player and person on and off the court. Coach Lee Thompson of Garner Rd, Coach Graves of Garner Rd, Coach Ike Copeland.
Justice Mitchell humbled himself among the ones who have helped him along the way including his mother, father and both sisters Kailey & Cali Mitchell.
Fact – Justice was named by his grandfather who is a retired Judge. He was also given his grandfather’s middle name.
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