Bronny James is already making waves within the basketball community at the age of 15.
Although not quite as hyped as his father LeBron James was at the same age, Bronny is still widely regarded as one of the top prospects within his class.
Last year, Bronny joined the prestigious Sierra Canyon High School basketball team in Southern California where he averaged 7PPG in limited minutes.
The Sierra Canyon team is stacked with Division I talent, including players like Brandon Boston Jr. and Dwayne Wade’s son Zaire Wade.
So it makes sense that Bronny had to compete for game time.
Bronny is officially listed at 6-2, but will almost certainly continue to grow at least another couple inches.
As of now, Bronny is playing the one and two guard positions.
Scouts have already compared his elite court recognition and basketball IQ to that of his father’s.
Another major strength of Bronny’s is his athleticism; he’s shown an ability to attack the rim with ease.
It’s been widely reported that Bronny’s already received several D1 offers, but there haven’t been any commitments, signed or verbal.
Bronny still has three years of high school ball left, so as to say that thinking about what college he may or may not play for is a bit premature.
Whether or not Bronny chooses to pursue a career in basketball is entirely his and his family’s decision, but if he does choose to do so, there are more than a few D1 teams that would surely be interested in his talents.