With Bronny James back home and getting better, another future NBA talent in Bryce James has made the rounds recently.
LeBron James’ younger son is reportedly looking to switch schools again.
Bryce had already announced he would transfer from the high-profile High School Sierra Canyon to Campbell Hall High School in Studio City, which is also in Los Angeles.
Now, a report by Eric Sondheimer of the Los Angeles Times states that Bryce may have changed his mind.
The word is that Bryce James has made inquires about transferring to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame. He'd join another high-profiled player, Mercy Miller. Nothing has been finalized. He was supposed to attend Campbell Hall. We'll see.
— eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) July 29, 2023
Apparently, he could instead choose to go to Notre Dame High in Sherman Oaks, California.
Notably, that would give him the opportunity to play with four-star recruit Mercy Miller, not to mention the fact that Notre Dame has a very solid basketball program and plays in one of the best divisions in their local high school basketball circuit.
Miller, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard, is currently the No. 7 player in the state of California in his class, and he’s already committed to Houston.
Perhaps the most intriguing part about this report is the fact that LeBron James was actually amongst the donors that helped Campbell Hall raise up to $80 million for their new facility, so having Bryce play for another school it’s kind of odd.
Then again, his potential move to Notre Dame isn’t official yet, so there’s still a chance he changes his mind again and decides to follow his original plan.
Whatever the case, one thing’s for sure: Cameras, fans, and all the attention will follow Bryce James wherever he decides to go.NEXT: Video Shows Rudy Gobert Working On His Offense