Bryce James To Leave Sierra Canyon

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CHATSWORTH, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 16: Bryce James talks to his dad, LeBron James, after the Sierra Canyon vs King Drew boys basketball game at Sierra Canyon High School on November 16, 2022 in Chatsworth, California. (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)

Bryce James is changing schools ahead of his junior year.

It's been a busy couple of weeks for the family of LeBron James. First, his eldest son Bronny finally settled on his future, signing a Letter of Intent to attend USC. Bronny, ESPN's #19 prospect, is expected to be a top-10 draft pick in 2024. However, LeBron has another basketball-playing son, Bryce. Bryce, 15, is currently playing at Sierra Canyon High School, where he played alongside his older brother.

Bryce is currently ranked outside the top-25 for ESPN's 2025 recruiting class. He is ranked #73 on the On3 recruiting board. Furthermore, he has already received one scholarship offer, from Duquesne of the Atlantic-10. He is also a sought-after and well-liked prospect Nike's EYBL Circuit. However, he is getting a major shakeup in his high school play.

James Headed To Elite Campbell Hall

RESEDA, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 19: Bryce James #5 of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers warms up before the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Cleveland High School on November 19, 2022 in Reseda, California. (Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images)

According to a source with knowledge of the situation, Bryce James is set to transfer away from Sierra Canyon at the end of the school year. James will transfer to Campbell Hall, a private school in Studio City about 19 miles. Campbell Hall has an elite basketball prestige, and James will be joining a team that already includes the son of former NBA star Richard Hamilton. Furthermore, all three NBA-playing Holiday Brothers graduated from Campbell.

"I want Bryce, if I get to coach him, to be Bryce," Campbell head coach David Grace told ESPN. "Because that's special, and I want him to get the most out of his experience here at Campbell Hall and grow. He's going to have way more than just me helping, but I'm going to try to do my part. I understand where he's coming from to a point. I'm not him. My family wasn't in that spotlight, but I've been around the spotlight and I can share my experiences, or I can just understand his experiences. That's where I'll grow as a coach." Are you excited to see Bryce's next steps? Let us know in the comments.


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Benjamin Mock (they/them) is a sports and culture writer working out of Philadelphia. Previously writing for the likes of Fixture, Dexerto, Fragster, and Jaxon, Ben has dedicated themselves to engaging and accessible articles about sports, esports, and internet culture. With a love for the weirder stories, you never quite know what to expect from their work.