LeBron James Jr. could one day play college basketball, something his pops never did.
The 11-year-old son of the Cleveland Cavaliers star already has scholarship offers from Duke and Kentucky, reports ESPN.com’s Dave McMenamin and Brian Windhorst.
James has said in the past he would have played one year at Ohio State if he hadn’t entered the NBA straight out of high school. The Buckeyes haven’t officially offered James’ son a scholarship, but coach Thad Matta joked James Jr. would be on his “recruiting radar.” (via Fox Sports Ohio)
But judging by James’ highlights, Ohio State may have to get in on this kid.