LeBron James's Son Bronny Following in His Footsteps, Selected for Prestigious All American Games

Bronny James may still be deciding where he's going to college, but the basketball standout is headed for the McDonald's All American Game! The Sierra

Canyon, Calif. high school senior — and eldest son of LeBron James — has been named to the roster for the prestigious annual showcase, held this March in Houston. The

6-foot-3 guard is one of 24 male athletes nationwide to have nabbed the honor, and he follows in the footsteps of his superstar father, who made the team exactly 20 years ago in

2003. On Tuesday, the proud dad posted on Instagram a screenshot of the roster. "Ayyyyyyyeeeeee @bronny!!!!!! Congratulations Son! So damn proud of you!" James

wrote. "Continue to be you through it all no matter what!! You're truly AMAZING!!! #JamesGang👑 ." RELATED: LeBron James Celebrates Son Bronny's Nike Endorsement Deal: 'The

Legacy Continues On!!' He continued, "P.S. Congrats to all the other men and women who was named as well in the 2023 Class Micky D's games! It's an HONOR" Two other

father-son tandems with NBA ties also made the roster: Andrej Stojaković, the son of retired NBA star Peja Stojaković, and D.J. Wagner, the son of Dejuan Wagner Sr., who played

with LeBron on the Cleveland Cavaliers. Meanwhile, Bronny is reportedly still mulling his collegiate future. He's one of only two players on the All American roster — the

other being Matas Buzelis (Sunrise Christian Academy in Kansas) — who have not committed yet. RELATED: LeBron James Says He's 'So Proud' of Son Bronny On His 18th

Birthday: 'Continue to Be You'