LeBron James’ son narrows college decision to three schools: reports

Bronny James is inching closer to his college basketball career.

James, son of NBA star LeBron James, has reportedly narrowed his college choices to three.

Two of them — the University of Southern California and Oregon — are out west where he lives. The third is Ohio State, in his father’s native state of Ohio.

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LeBron has long been an avid Ohio State supporter, but the younger James attends Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles, about 30 miles from the USC campus.

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Bronny told On3 he is “still open, but those are options.”

Bronny is a senior and the No. 38 overall prospect in the nation. Some experts predict he will be a first-round pick in the 2024 NBA Draft.

The 18-year-old was spotted in Buckeyes gear last fall after a visit to Columbus.

LeBron, who is set to become the NBA’s all-time scoring leader this season, has spoken about his wish to play alongside his son in the NBA.

Source – https://www.foxnews.com/sports/lebron-james-son-narrows-college-decision-three-schools-reports

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