Bronny James Narrowing Down College Options Between Four Prestigious Universities

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Like father like son for the most part when it comes to LeBron James and his oldest son Bronny Jr.

While LeBron opted to go straight to the Pros out of high school, it looks like his son is going to at the very least play one year of college basketball.

So where will Bronny Jr. end up playing College basketball?


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According to 247Sports, Bronny Jr. is interested in the following universities: Duke, Ohio State, Tennessee and Texas.

Via 247:

“Standing about 6-foot-3, James has really started to mature physically and is starting to come into his own as a player. His jump shot looks good, he has deep range, he handles well enough to play some minutes at point and maybe the most pleasant development so far is how he is turning into a big time defender.

“He’s still basically off limits to the media and hasn’t put out a school list, but some of the teams that he is believed to have interest in include Duke, Ohio State, Tennessee and Texas among others.”

Wherever Bronny ends up the scrutiny and cameras will certainly follow.

LeBron has made it known he wants to finish his career playing with Bronny.  This could become a reality,  but probably not on the Lakers unless they somehow draft him when he’s eligible to play.

Bronny still has a few inches to grow, and he looks like his body is starting to become NBA ready.

The NBA  is definitely ready for him now.


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