A day after LeBron James’ youngest son, Bryce, signed with Klutch Sports for NIL representation, his eldest son, Bronny James, who sports his father’s name, followed in his younger brother’s footsteps.
Bronny, a four-star guard who is a senior at Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, California, signed with Klutch Sports, the agency announced on Twitter.
Klutch Sports, based in Los Angeles, was founded by LeBron James and his long-time friend and sports agent, Rich Paul.
So far, Bronny James has offers from Memphis, Ohio State, USC, North Carolina A&T, and North Carolina Central. Many talking heads in the industry believe Bronny will take his talents to Ohio State and play for the Buckeyes. He took an unofficial visit to Ohio State with his parents back in September.
Bronny has NIL deals with Nike and PSD Underwear. He also appeared in a Beats by Dre commercial with his father, LeBron.
Bryce James, Bronny’s younger brother, is currently a 6-foot-2, 160-pound sophomore at Sierra Canyon, and he already has his first college offer – Duquesne offered him a scholarship back in August.
The sky’s certainly the limit for both Bronny and Bryce James. Even though it will be difficult to follow in the footsteps of their father – who is considered to be one of the greatest basketball players of all time – Bronny and Bryce will certainly have success at the collegiate level, with an opportunity to make it to the NBA.