Bronny James was recently announced as a McDonalds All-American, following in his dad’s footsteps, which adds to the exciting times in the James household.
Bronny will graduate soon but needs to figure out his post-high school plans. Whether going to college or the G-League for a year before entering the NBA Draft.
Reports say he has narrowed his choices of schools down to 3 programs, Ohio State, Oregon, or USC. No matter what, he will have some nice pocket change after making his decision.
According to ON3’s NIL Valuations, Bronny is set to make $7.5 million in NIL money if he attends college.
“Bronny James has yet to even announce where he’ll be playing college basketball, but the oldest son of NBA superstar LeBron James has already emerged as an NIL star. The four-star combo guard in the 2023 recruiting class has signed notable agreements with Beats by Dre, Nike and PSD Underwear. In a commercial for Beats by Dre, he starred alongside his father, who signed with the brand in 2008 as the company’s first athlete brand ambassador. He recently also signed with Klutch Sports, founded by LeBron James’ longtime friend and sports agent Rich Paul, for NIL representation. While he’s yet to make his commitment, he told On3’s Joe Tipton that Ohio State, Oregon and USC are all options, but he’s still wide open.”
That’s a very high number and much higher than he’d make in the G-League. It’s more than half the NBA right now.
Now we wait to see where he will go. It appears it is down to tOSU, Oregon, and USC, but a surprise team can always pop up. Staying on the West Coast would keep him closer to his family, but his dad has been an honorary Buckeye since he was in high school
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