LeBron James makes clarifying statement on college recruitment of son Bronny

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The past few days in the world of college basketball recruiting have been a whirlwind for the Oregon Ducks.

Dana Altman landed five-star small forward Mookie Cook, the No. 4 player in the 2023 class on Friday. Then news came out that four-star shooting guard Bronny James, the son of legendary NBA player LeBron James, was being recruited by the Ducks. 

On top of that, an expert prediction came out on Tuesday that suggested that Oregon is the team to beat to get a commitment from James, who ranks as the No. 47 player in the 2023 class.

On Tuesday night, LeBron James took to Twitter to offer a clarifying statement on all of the action involving his son taking place.

LeBron’s words didn’t contradict the report that Oregon is the team to beat for Bronny, but it encouraged some patience if nothing else.

“He hasn’t taken 1 visit yet and has only had a few calls with coaches and universities.”

When Bronny does start taking visits, you can guarantee it’s going to be newsworthy. There’s also a good chance that one of his visits is to Eugene to check out the Oregon Ducks and Nike University.

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Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire