As his senior season at Sierra Canyon High School comes to an end, Bronny James is set to make a massive decision in choosing his college program. Amidst yet another dominant season with the Trailblazers, Bronny has climbed up the ranks to become one of the top point guards of his class.
However, the 19-year-old is yet to make a decision. Although he has tried to keep his decision-making process private until now, being the son of LeBron James makes it all the more difficult to avoid the spotlight. Consequently, the NBA world was treated with a new development regarding Bronny’s college pick. Moreover, it came from a source who may end up as his teammate in the future.
Bronny James comes closer to deciding his college program
The Sierra Canyon Trailblazers are having yet another dominant season with an impressive record of 18-4 this year. Moreover, 18-year-old Bronny James, who recently celebrated his senior night with his family, is at the tail end of his high school career. Consequently, carrying the weight of his father’s legacy and his last name, the 6’3” point guard will make his decision to pick a college in the upcoming months, bringing him one step closer to the NBA.
Being the son of King James, the NBA world is sitting at the edge of their seats to witness Bronny’s decision. However, despite the hype surrounding his future college, James’ camp has not made any developments public. So far, the only major information privy to fans has been his offers from programs like Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio State, USC, and more. However, the NBA world was recently awarded an exciting development about Bronny’s potential destination.
K.J Evans, another top recruit of the 2023 class headed to Oregon, while talking to Yahoo Sports, revealed, “[Bronny] told me he likes Oregon, and I want him to visit there.” Evans then gave a glimpse of a potential star pairing in Oregon. He said, “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.”
A look into Oregon’s chances of landing Bronny
Oregon can be deemed a likely choice among the potential destinations for the 6’3 point guard. Oregon is a Nike school, a couple of hours away from the headquarters and we all know the billion-dollar company’s partnership with the James family. Moreover, the program boasts other star recruits, like four-star recruit Mookie Cook (who, incidentally, played the King himself in an upcoming movie), guard Jackson Shelstad, and five-star K.J. Evans.