Bronny James Currently the No.24 Ranked Prospect of 2023 HS Class
The most famous NBA prospect in the world has just completed his freshman season of high school.
Here’s a name you probably know and one you won’t forget for anytime soon – Bronny James – the oldest son of LeBron James, is a 6’2” point guard who is set to enter his sophomore season at Sierra Canyon High School.
The 15-year old has been under the spotlight for quite sometime and credit to him, he has not shied away from it.
Bronny James comes in at No. 24 in ESPN’s top 25 for the 2023 high school hoop class 🔥
— NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) June 9, 2020
It cannot possibly be easy to be the son of an all-time great and hoping to follow in the father’s footsteps. The resounding pressure is not for everyone, yet Bronny remained focused on being the next James in the NBA. He has never appeared phased and has this brash confidence about him that you don’t often see from a kid his age. Bronny has always been ready for the moment and as more schools come calling, his legend on the AAU scene grows.
On Wednesday, ESPN released its prospect rankings for the 2023 high school class and Bronny found himself at the No. 24 spot. As a freshman, James played more of a complementary role on what was a very deep and veteran heavy Sierra Canyon squad.
A far more advanced shooter than his father was at the same age, Bronny’s ability to run the offense and his passing ability is very much reminiscent of LeBron. As a son of an NBA player, Bronny shows a better understanding of the game and his high basketball IQ is evident on the court. Moreover, at 15, he already has an athletic frame and the ability to play above-the-rim.
DJ Wagner lands atop the 2023 class and is the son of DaJuan Wagner, a former teammate of LeBron’s with the Cleveland Cavaliers.