The focus of the James family is firmly on basketball.
Over the weekend, Bryce James received a significant scholarship offer that would undoubtedly make his father, LeBron James, extremely proud. The youngest member of the James clan embarked on an unofficial visit to Ohio State. He was present at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, as the Buckeyes football team secured a convincing 37-17 victory over the Maryland Terrapins.
During his visit, Bryce donned Ohio State gear and even captured some memorable moments in photographs. His mother, Savannah, accompanied him on this special occasion.
Although the visit was informal in nature, it yielded Bryce an official scholarship offer from Ohio State, a moment he shared with the world through a post on X. He expressed his gratitude with the caption, “Blessed to receive an offer from Ohio State.”
LeBron James, despite never attending college, has maintained strong connections with Ohio State over the years. He has openly spoken about his affinity for the school, especially during March Madness when he envisions himself clad in the school’s scarlet red.
Notably, Bryce’s older brother, Bronny, also explored the possibility of attending Ohio State before ultimately choosing to enroll at USC.
As for Bryce James, he is a 6’6″ swingman and is currently ranked as a 3-star recruit for the class of 2025 according to 247 Sports’ composite rankings. His basketball journey began alongside his older brother at Sierra Canyon, where he played for two seasons. However, in August, he transitioned to Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California.
Bryce recently suited up for the Nike EYBL team Strive For Greatness in their 16-under division, where he averaged 7.5 points and 2.8 rebounds across 13 games.
In addition to the Ohio State offer, Bryce has received another scholarship offer, this one coming from Duquesne, according to 247 Sports.