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The youngest son of the legendary LeBron James has already gained a surprising, yet incredible collegiate playing proposal as a teenager.

Bryce James, 15, personally announced on Instagram that he received his first NCAA Division I basketball offer from Duquesne University.

The Dukes are currently being led by Keith Dambrot, heading to his fifth year as their program head coach. 

Dambrot has close ties with LeBron, on whom he handled for two years as the mentor of St. Vincent–St. Mary High School basketball team before filing an assistant coaching post for the University of Akron in 2001. After three years, he then transitioned and became the Zips’ head coach from 2004 to 2017.

As such, this connection may suggest the playing offer that was handed by Duquesne on Bryce.

Bryce is yet to have rankings nationally, but he is now making a name for himself as a cager for Sierra Canyon School and the Strive For Greatness AAU team.

Widely-regarded for his shocking growth spurt and room for development at a young age, this six-foot-six forward is making several heads turn with his athleticism, shooting and cutting skills in his size.

His older brother, Bronny, is yet to end his senior year at Sierra Canyon. Per previous reports, several schools like Oregon, UCLA, USC, Michigan and Ohio State are on the hunt to recruit him.