LeBron James’ son Bryce, 15, receives his first Division I college scholarship offer from Duquense

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LeBron James’ son Bryce receives his first Division I college scholarship offer from Duquense at just age 15 after dazzling with older brother in All-Star series in Europe

  • The Dukes play in the Atlantic 10 and coaches have ties to LeBron and his family
  • Bryce has been playing in tournaments at home and abroad, impressing many
  • A high school sophomore, Bryce still has many years to go before deciding¬†¬†

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The apples don’t really fall far from the tree do they?¬†

LeBron James’ middle son Bryce has been making a name for himself in the shadow of not only his father, but his older brother Bronny over the last few months.¬†

So far, he’s impressed at an AAU tournament in Las Vegas and a tour of all-star games in Europe.¬†

In addition to those games, the James family was seen practicing at the Lakers facilities earlier this month.

Bryce James got his first offer to play college basketball, with two years left in high school

Bryce James got his first offer to play college basketball, with two years left in high school

Bryce (right) has been spending the summer playing in tournaments with brother Bronny (left)

Bryce (right) has been spending the summer playing in tournaments with brother Bronny (left)

Bryce (right) has been spending the summer playing in tournaments with brother Bronny (left)

Those performances have caught enough eyes to land Bryce his first basketball scholarship offer. 

Bryce, a member of the class of 2025, has been offered a scholarship to play at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. 

Duquesne has links to the James family, with current head coach Keith Dambrot having been LeBron’s coach at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron Ohio, and an assistant coach with the Dukes having played with LeBron in high school as well.

Bryce should attract a lot of eyeballs as he grows, much like his brother Bronny has. Bronny, a senior this year, has drawn interest from Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Memphis, and Michigan according to 24/7 Sports.  

The Dukes play in the Atlantic 10 for men’s basketball.¬†

LeBron James has always been supportive of his sons and their basketball endeavors

LeBron James has always been supportive of his sons and their basketball endeavors

LeBron James has always been supportive of his sons and their basketball endeavors