Even though he hasn’t played a single minute of college basketball, Bronny James is already on tap to make a ton of money. Bronny has been in the spotlight since enrolling at Sierra Canyon Academy, and he’s on the verge of making his college decision.
He doesn’t have the hype of his father when he came out of high school, but he already has a big social media presence. Because of that, he will be raking in the dough.
According to ON3’s NIL valuations, Bronny is estimated to make $7.5 million in NIL. That is more than Arch Manning is expected to make next year.
On3 NIL Valuation: $7.5 million
Bronny James has yet to even announce where he’ll be playing college basketball, but the oldest son of NBA superstar LeBron James has already emerged as an NIL star. The four-star combo guard in the 2023 recruiting class has signed notable agreements with Beats by Dre, Nike and PSD Underwear. In a commercial for Beats by Dre, he starred alongside his father, who signed with the brand in 2008 as the company’s first athlete brand ambassador. He recently also signed with Klutch Sports, founded by LeBron James’ longtime friend and sports agent Rich Paul, for NIL representation. While he’s yet to make his commitment, he told On3’s Joe Tipton that Ohio State, Oregon and USC are all options, but he’s still wide open.”
Bronny is not the top college prospect in the nation, but his name carries a lot of weight in the sports world.
Bronny still has a lot to prove in the world of basketball, but his young career is off to a great start already as he prepares to enter the next chapter.
With a father like LeBron behind him, he will most certainly get to where he wants to be.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.