LeBron Bronny James Jr., son of American professional basketball player LeBron Raymone, will choose where he will go to university soon. He has already got attention from several universities including Memphis, Ohio State, USC, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, and Oregon.
He is a senior at Sierra Canyon High School in Los Angeles and eldest son of the greatest player LeBron James or “King James” who played for the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
According to a report by CBS, Bronny will cut down his college choices to USC, Ohio State, and Oregon. However, his father “King James” has said, “Bronny can go to any college he wants to…all I have to do is pick up the phone. If Bronny says he wants to go there, he’s good enough.”
Several reports say that colleges and the G-League Ignite will undoubtedly recruit Bronny. There is not much chances that the National Basketball League (NBL) will sign with Bronny James. However, the Australian league has paved their way towards the 18-year-old basketball sensation.
According to NewsCrop, the NBL owner Larry Krestelman said on Tuesday that signing a teenager is still a difficult task for the league but they are doing their best to get him. Jeremy Loeliger from the NBL said, “Bronny, if you’re listening, we’re here mate. We have a spot for you.” Now its Bronny’s decision to choose his way forward.