The 2023 McDonald's All-American rosters have been announced, and Bronny James has found himself as a member of one of the teams.
The rosters feature 24 of the top 30 players in ESPN's high school basketball rankings. After a strong year of improvement, Sierra Canyon's James has made that roster.
It's been 20 nine years since LeBron James was named to the McDonald's All-American game as a member of St. Vincent-St.Mary's. Now, LeBron's oldest son, Bronny, will find himself as a participant in the prestigious game.
Bronny is listed as the 28th-ranked prospect in the ESPN 100. The entire top 10 players of the 2023 class were named to the All-American team as well.
McDonald's All-American rosters announced, featuring Bronny James
Bronny James remains the highest-ranked player in the ESPN 100 that has yet to make a college decision. He is rumored to be considering Ohio State, Oregon and USC.
There's plenty of talent that will take the stage for the McDonald's All-American game. As it stands right now, the Kentucky Wildcats have commitments from three of the country's top four recruits. That includes Justin Edwards, who is the No. 1 recruit in the nation.
Kentucky is also set to have talented guard D.J. Wagner and big man Aaron Bradshaw for the upcoming season. In all, Kentucky will have four players on the rosters of the All-American game.
Right behind Kentucky is Duke, which is set to have three players participating in the game: Sean Stewart, Mackenzie Mgbako and Jared McCain. The game will also feature two players who are set to attend the University of Oregon. That will generate some buzz seeing that Oregon is rumored to be one of the final teams that Bronny is considering.