Bronny James Will Make Estimated $7.5M/Year In NIL Deals In College

December 15th, 2019: LeBron "Bronny" James Jr. (0) during the H.S. basketball game between the St. V. Irish and Sierra Canyon Trailblazers at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH. Mark Alberti/1022


Bronny James is set to cash in big if he decides to play college basketball next season.

The four-star combo guard, who is the No. 34-ranked prospect in the Class of 2023, was named to the prestigious McDonald’s All-American Team this week and said he is deciding between Ohio State, Oregon, and USC.

With all of the hype surrounding Bronny — and the fact that his father is LeBron James — the NIL deals will be flowing in once he makes a decision.

According to ON3, Bronny is estimated to make a whopping $7.5 million per year in NIL deals. He has already signed agreements with Nike and Beats by Dre.

For comparison’s sake, Arch Manning is set to make an estimated $3.7 million in NIL deals at Texas, TikTok star and LSU gymnast Livvy Dunne is worth an estimated $3.2 million a year, and Shedeur Sanders pulls in an estimated $1.6 million.

No one comes close to Bronny’s figure, so heading to college would be a wise choice and land him a lucrative payday while he waits to be eligible for the NBA Draft.

And while he’s waiting, he’ll be pulling in more cash than some players who are already in the league.

What a wild world we live in.

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