Lebron James’ eldest son and namesake a.k.a. “Bronny” could be on his way to living the historically black college experience… if he wants to.

According to recruitment website Verbal Commits, North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in Durham, NC has offered the Sierra Canyon High School 6’2, 15-year-old freshman guard a scholarship.

The award-winning, NCCU program is headed by Head Coach LeVelle Moton, a proud alumnus of NCCU and former professional basketball player (1996-1999), who has a number of accolades and accomplishments under his belt including MEAC Coach of the Year and leading his team to the NCAA Final Four for 3 years in a row now.

Moton is no stranger to setting his eye on major recruits. He relentlessly sought after then-Raleigh prep sensation John Wall in the mid 2000s, as he dominated the court throughout his high school seasons.

2019-20 NCCU Men’s Basketball Team

Let’s face it, because of his obvious talent and even more obvious familial ties to the game of basketball, Lebron James Jr. will have no problem selecting to attend school wherever his heart desires.

It is extremely likely that Bronny James will also have his day playing for the National Basketball Association (NBA). How cool would it be if he took the time to experience the life-changing adventure of historically black colleges and universities first?

We wonder which one he’d choose.

Check out the NCCU Eagles on the court this season:


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