Bronny James, the eldest son of LeBron James, will reportedly make a decision on his basketball future following his senior season at Sierra Canyon High School, according to Luca Evans of the LA Times.
James, who is considered to be a four-star recruit by ESPN, has not publicly stated his intentions for next season but is leaning toward playing in college, according to his parents. He has received interest from several programs, and apparently has a list of three preferred schools.
The 18-year-old is reportedly considering Ohio State, Oregon and USC as his top three. Bronny attended a Buckeyes football game in September with his parents and is his only known visit at this time. He has also been offered by Kentucky, Memphis and Michigan.
Bronny, who is listed at 6 feet, 4 inches, is now the No. 28 recruit in the class of 2023 by ESPN in their latest rankings updated on Friday. He was previously ranked 35th in the class and is one of only five prospects in the top 100 that have yet to sign with a school for next season.
He has turned in a strong senior year that prompted the update in his ranking. There is still much uncertainty if Bronny will be able to develop into a star at the next level, but the guard has progressed each year and has improved immensely over his four years in high school.
With his high school career winding down, Bronny figures to have a big decision to make regarding his future. However, it is becoming increasingly likely that college will be in his future.
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