Is Bronny James a 5-star recruit and where does he rank in class of 2023? Looking at latest update on list and his future 

High School basketball star Bronny James is on the rise
Bronny James is 5-star prospect now

Bronny James has become a name on the radar's of plenty of NCAA schools moving forward. Throughout 2022-23, Bronny has seen his stock continue to rise when it comes to his high school basketball rankings.

The national spotlight is sure to surround the son of Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James. Bronny is set to make his own way throughout his basketball career. Listed at around 6'3", Bronny is more of a traditional combo guard at this point in his career. He's starting to see his game takeoff in a promising way, thanks to the development of his frame and playing style.

Although still undecided on which university he will attend, Bronny has seen an update on his status amongst high school recruits. According to On3sports, Bronny James is now considered the 9th ranked prospect in the 2023 recruiting class. Bronny is reportedly considering offers from schools such as Ohio State, Oregon and more.

Bronny James stock heating up

Sierra Canyon guard Bronny James was once considered the 34th ranked prospect in high school basketball by 247Sports. That ranking also puts him as a four-star recruit for the 2023 class.

Over time, Bronny has started to show a more promising upside when it comes to his game on the basketball court. Now, James has seen his stock continue to climb. He’s now ranked 9th in the 2023 class, according to On3Sports.

Although just 6’3”, there’s many that believe Bronny could be a connecting piece at the next level. He’s become a strong defensive asset and his physique has started to become an asset for him on the basketball court. Bronny’s name started to buzz recently, especially when ESPN’s NBA draft expert Jonathan Givony projected Bronny as a potential Top-10 pick in a future 2024 NBA mock draft.

Basketball fans around the world are patiently waiting to see when Bronny James will make a decision on where he will play his college basketball. As mentioned before, the talented combo guard is set to be considering offers from Ohio State and Oregon. Other teams interested include USC, Memphis and Michigan.

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