Yes, he’s only a freshman in high school and his older brother Bronny might get more headlines but Bryce is thriving on the court.
In fact, he is doing so well that he just received his first offer from a college.
Bryce James got his first D-I offer 🙌
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— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) August 22, 2022
“Blessed to receive my first d1 offer from Duquesne #godukes,” James posted online.
James’ offer from the Pittsburgh university means that his future in college and the world of professional basketball is brighter than ever.
The James Brothers
Bryce’s brother, Bronny, is a senior and therefore closer to being eligible for the NBA.
Additionally, Bronny has tons of talent and has been getting better and better under the mentorship of his father.
But lately, Bryce has been receiving quite a bit of attention and has in fact even eclipsed his brother in some ways.
This just goes to show that both James sons are on their way to something superior after high school.
It wouldn’t be a surprise to see both of these young men playing in the league together.
But before that happens, both will likely try out college.
It’s not unheard of for young, stellar athletes to receive recruitment offers long before they are ready to move into the dorms.
And Bryce is going to definitely get a lot more offers in the years ahead, especially if he keeps playing as he has been.
Duquesne is known as a strong basketball school with a wonderful coaching staff which means that it could be the perfect home for Bryce.