LeBron James (center) with his sons LeBron Jr. (right) and Bryce Maximus (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)
LeBron James (center) with his sons LeBron Jr. (right) and Bryce Maximus (AP Photo/J Pat Carter)

(USA Today) – LeBron James Jr. is already showing signs of following in his father’s phenomenal footsteps. He’s led his team to an AAU national championship, balled out during the John Lucas All-Star weekend, and more or less is an absolute terror on the court.

He also isn’t in middle school yet.

Yet, the total domination of James Jr. has caught the eyes of college coaches. Ohio State coach Thad Matta has already said the younger James “will be” on his radar for recruiting.

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