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Bronny James received his first power house college offer

By James Brown

Bronny James received his first power house college offer

It's almost a certainty that LeBron James's son will attend college, now we'll have to wait to see where he goes. 

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Bronny James has been by far the most talked about young basketball player in the last couple of weeks. He has shown his abilities during an Euro Tour with the California Basketball Club. The oldest of LeBron James' sons has broken the internet a couple of times with huge highlight videos during the tournament. Now, as he reportedly decided to attend college, the news about where he might end up has been covered the news. The latest of the rumors says Memphis has sent an offer

Just a day ago, LeBron James decided to put an end to most of the rumours surrounding his son's future. The four-time NBA champion posted via Twitter that Bronny will be the one telling the world to which program he will commit. This was after the reports that Oregon was the frontrunner to land the young basketball player. Still, the teenager has time to decide as he will enter his senior year in the 2022-23 season.

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According to Joe Tipton from On3, Memphis has already extended an offer to the young player. “Sierra Canyon four-star combo guard Bronny James, the son of LeBron James, has received an offer from Memphis”. However, this might not be where he'll end up, as Memphis is not a top college basketball program. Still, it's more than certain that more offers will still come his way as time goes by, especially after he starts his senior year.

Lakers fans are still hoping that the internet sensation decides to skip college altogether just as his father means. This is only because if Bronny opts to try the G-League or to play overseas, he could be eligible by the 2024 season. By then, the Lakers could try to bring father and son together. However, if he chooses college, he might be entering the league by 2025.

Will Bronny go to a top 5 college program?

Right now, Bronny is a high-graded prospect in the country. Heis ranked No. 43 nationally, No. 7 at his position and the No. 12 player in California, according to 247Sports.com. These are not NBA first round pick numbers, but they can certainly give him a top college program offer. Ohio state might be interesting. But Duke, Gonzaga, North Carolina, Kansas and Kentucky might also be interested by next year.

 


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