Bronny James Recruiting Race Down To Two Schools

Bronny James Recruiting Race Down To Two Schools

Bronny James is one of the most highly touted basketball prospects in the nation.

With many of his peers having already committed to where they will be playing in college, he remains the most notable uncommitted high school basketball star around.

It looks like that may soon change, though.

Coming into this process, nine programs made a hard push for Bronny.

From there, three schools emerged as the frontrunners: Ohio State, USC and Oregon.

This week three became two.

According to On3’s Recruitment Prediction model, the Ducks are no longer in the race for Bronny. It’s now a two-school battle between the Trojans and Buckeyes, with the former holding a clear edge.

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Bronny has been coy about where he plans to attend college, though he has dropped a few hints. His younger brother Bryce also made it seem like he accidentally let it slip where Bronny would ultimately go.

That said, the hints will become a full blown commitment soon enough.

It will be fascinating to see what Bronny looks like at the next level. His NBA player comparisons tend to depict him as a three-and-D type of player.

But given how he has defied expectations up to this point, it also wouldn’t be all that shocking to see Bronny develop his offensive game further as well.

Bronny’s smarts and mental tenacity are next-level. Whether he is owning his opponents during games or exhibiting how calm he is off the court while the media goes HAM over his love life, Bronny is very mature.

That will serve him well going forward, because the amount of attention he receives will only go up from here.

Where will Bronny ultimately go to college when it’s all said and done? One way or another, an answer is coming over the next few weeks.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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