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Curtis Justus came to the University of Miami as one of the highest rated tight end prospects in the country out of high school. He has been slowed by a major leg injury in November 2001 that he is still recovering from. Another surgery could be in store before we see him on the field in a Hurricane uniform.

At 6-5 and 205 pounds Curtis Justus possessed a rare blend of speed and athleticism for a high school tight end. One that normally would guarantee early playing time at the college level but Justus has been slowed by a major injury that he suffered on the last play of his prep career. Justus broke his lower leg, his ankle and also dislocated his ankle on the same play where two defenders...

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