LeBron James was the No. 1 high school basketball player in the country from just about his sophomore season.
The Los Angeles Lakers star’s son is not quite that good, but Bronny James will still be an elite college basketball recruiting prospect.
Rivals.com analyst Eric Bossi has revealed where he’s going to rank Bronny James. The son of the legendary NBA player is a sophomore at Sierra Canyon in California. He’s a prospect in the class of 2023.
Bossi has revealed that Bronny James will be a top 25 prospect.
“Bronny is a kid who we did get to see quite a bit during his freshman season playing for a loaded Sierra Canyon program. He’s a nice athlete, shows potential as a jump shooter and is an alert passer. Obviously, his bloodlines are incredible. He would have to rank in at least the top 25 or so to start off with,” Bossi wrote.
By the time Bronny James is college eligible, the NBA might be allowing players straight from high school. It’s possible the potential five-star recruit could consider making the jump like his dad.
If not, schools like Duke, Kentucky and UCLA, among others, will probably be in contention for Bronny James.