We never got to see what LeBron James, college basketball recruit would've been like. The three-time NBA champion says he would've gone to home-state Ohio State, but it's easy to say that now. His recruitment would've been unlike anything we've ever seen.
We might get to see LeBron James Jr., college basketball recruit, though.
James' oldest son, LeBron Jr., is only 11 years old. He might end up being the No. 1 recruit in the country. And if the NBA doesn't change its current draft rule, he'll have to play at least one season in college (or go play overseas, but that's probably unlikely).
According to ESPN, LeBron Jr. already has "standing" scholarship offers from Duke and Kentucky (and probably Ohio State).
He raised both arms, just as he did when he pinned Iguodala's would-be layup against the glass with his right arm, and his 11-year-old son LeBron Jr. did the same (making it no wonder why he already has standing scholarship offers from both Duke and Kentucky, according to a source).
James' other son, Bryce (who's 9), and his daughter, Zhuri (who's 1), will likely end up being pretty highly-coveted recruits, too.