Time flies by fast and now it is time for LeBron James‘ eldest son Bronny James to attend college. NBA fans already know most about what LeBron has achieved in his life and his goals moving forward. The King has shown a real interest in playing with his son in the NBA.
However, that is still slightly further in the future. As some of us know, very few players get drafted right out of high school. Bronny should certainly want a college life and grow his game even more if he wishes to compete in the best basketball league in the world. That said, let us take a look at which schools Bronny is looking to play for and what his future could be like.
When will Bronny James enter the NBA?
Bronny James, who was actually named LeBron James Jr. is currently 18 years old. LeBron James and Kobe Bryant are rare talents who were good enough to make the league right out of high school. However, since he isn’t even as big as his father, Bronny who is listed at 6’2 does not have the same expectations at the moment.
He is still a good basketball player. Be that as it may, he will have to grow a bit more in order to make the NBA. Playing college basketball for a year or two will certainly help. That is what most regular NBA players end up doing.
According to the report that was released on social media, “Bronny James’ top three choices for schools are Ohio State, USC, and Oregon. He is set to make his decision once his senior season is over.”
All 3 colleges will certainly be more than happy to have the son of an NBA legend play there. Out of the 3 colleges, fans believe that Bronny James will be more inclined to either USC or Ohio State.
REPORT: Bronny James’ top three choices for schools are Ohio State, USC and Oregon. He is set to make his decision once his senior season is over. 👀
— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) January 20, 2023
That would undoubtedly make sense considering the fact that USC is located in California, and is quite close to Los Angeles. Ohio State could also be a possibility considering that it is his father’s hometown and a place he would certainly have a lot of childhood memories with.
In any case, we will soon find out what his decision will be and which college he will decide to attend. If he is truly focused on being an NBA player, he will not spend more than a year or two there anyways. Especially, if he wants to play with LeBron James who grows older as humans do.