According to reports, LeBron James’ youngest son Bryce James isn’t staying at Sierra Canyon as he is leaving despite his brother Bronny spending his entire high school career there. He isn’t following Bronny James’ path.
The New York Post via ESPN reports that;
Bryce James will not be following brother Bronny’s path at Sierra Canyon.
According to ESPN, LeBron James’ youngest son will instead be attending Campbell Hall next season for his junior year, transferring from Sierra Canyon, where Bronny spent his entire high school career.
Bryce, who is 6-foot-6 and age 15, will be on a roster with Richard Hamilton II, the son of former Pistons All-Star Richard Hamilton, and Baron Bellamy, whose father Bill is a comedian.
Campbell Hall’s alumni includes Aaron, Jrue and Justin Holiday, all of whom went on to play in the NBA
Bronny, a four-star prospect, committed earlier this month to USC.
Campbell Hall is still based in the Los Angeles area, though in Studio City instead of Chatsworth, where Sierra Canyon is located.
David Grace, the head coach at Campbell Hall, was on the coaching staff at Vanderbilt from 2019-21 and coached a high school team in Arizona last season.
“I want Bryce, if I get to coach him, to be Bryce,” Grace told ESPN. “Because that’s special and I want him to get the most out of his experience here at Campbell Hall and grow. He’s going to have way more than just me helping, but I’m going to try to do my part. I understand where he’s coming from to a point. I’m not him. My family wasn’t in that spotlight, but I’ve been around the spotlight and I can share my experiences, or I can just understand his experiences. That’s where I’ll grow as a coach.”
Sierra Canyon games often featured not just LeBron in attendance but also Drake, with prospects on the court including Amari Bailey in addition to Bronny James.
The sideshow became massive, and the same thing could happen at Campbell Hall, especially if Bryce James emerges as a top-end prospect.
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