Bronny James, the oldest son of Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, has been chosen to play in the McDonald’s All American Games.
The Sierra Canyon School (Chatsworth, California) senior is one of 24 boys named to the two rosters that will square off March 28 in Houston.
Last week, The Los Angeles Times reported James has narrowed his list of college choices to three: Ohio State, Oregon and Southern California, and that James plans to make his decision after the season. He is ranked No. 28 in the 2023 ESPN 100 list of top high school players and is one of two in the top 30 who has not signed to play for a college.
James, 6-3, 180 pounds, is the No. 8 point guard in the country, according to ESPN’s rankings and has steadily improved to the point where ESPN basketball talent evaluator Jonathan Givony said James is “in strong consideration” as a first-rounder in the 2024 NBA draft.
“In a class full of prospects whose development has stagnated, James is one of the few who continues to make strides physically and skill-wise, looking like a five-star recruit and potential one-and-done candidate,” Givony wrote last week.
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Four Kentucky commitments (Aaron Bradshaw, Justin Edwards, Reed Sheppard, D.J. Wagner), three Duke commitments (Mackenzie Mgbako, Jared McCain, Sean Stewart), two Michigan commitments (Xavier Booker, Jeremy Fears) and two Oregon commitments (Kwame Evans, Mookie Cook) also earned spots in the game.