Bronny James, son of NBA superstar LeBron James, is the only top-50 ranked high school player who has not committed to a college program or declared an intention to go pro next season.
The high school basketball term is now well underway, so most of the top seniors in the country have already made decisions over where they want to play – not Bronny James, though.
Bronny is the most popular high school player in the nation and has had a lot of attention come his way. Now, according to Krysten Peek of Yahoo Sports, there are just four schools that still have a shot at signing him.
Out of the four, one is believed to have a real advantage over the other three. The programs in question are Oregon, Michigan, USC, and Ohio State.
Bronny lives in California right now, with his father playing for the Los Angeles Lakers. A move to USC would allow him to keep living there. But the player has said he prefers the Ducks, at least that’s what Ducks 2023 commit KJ Evans told Peek.
“[Bronny] told me he likes Oregon, and I want him to visit there,” Evans was quoted as saying. “Everyone that’s coming in is unselfish. We all cut, move, and don’t hold the ball too long, so it’s going to benefit him. Bronny can be more of a playmaker and a shot creator, and I think we would play really well together.