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Lakers star LeBron James's son Bronny is heading to USC in the fall and the school is already rolling out the red carpet.
A member of the Sierra Canyon School's Class of 2023, the 18-year-old has already committed to playing basketball at USC next year, where he is projected to be among the top freshman players in the country.
The program is reportedly beginning preparations for the new level of scrutiny - and the potential A-List stars - Bronny's arrival will signal.
The college is also planning to boost its security measures to contend with Bronny's presence and the famous figures, including his NBA icon dad, and the increased attendance it will bring.
USC is beginning preparations for the new level of scrutiny ahead of Bronny James's arrival
The 6-foot-3 guard signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play at USC last week
The 18-year-old graduated from Sierra Canyon high school earlier this week
Even without his famous dad, Bronny would have been a star attraction as a five-star recruit, the fourth best prospect in California, the fifth best combo guard, and the 21st best prospect in the country.
Bronny received scholarship offers from USC, Memphis, and Ohio State while drawing interest from Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Oregon.
The report of USC's preparations come after proud dad LeBron and wife Savannah watched the rising star graduate this week.
The couple were seen beaming at their eldest son Bronny's graduation on Thursday, where the 18-year-old's girlfriend was mysteriously absent following days of racist online abuse.
Bronny was targeted by bigots on social media after photos from his senior prom surfaced, showing the future USC basketball player alongside his white date, 19-year-old Peyton