While Bronny James, LeBron James’s older son, has dominated headlines in recent months amid his college recruitment and eventual commitment to USC, his younger brother, Bryce, has been turning heads on the basketball court, too.

During a recent game, Bryce James could be seen finishing at the rim with an emphatic putback dunk that had fans stunned.

Naturally, comparisons to his famous father were immediately on the table, as the younger James son flashed some of his own excellence on the hardwood.

After a missed corner three-point attempt from one of his teammates, James was in perfect position in the paint, leaping into the air and completing the putback with authority. 

The dunk took place over Memorial Day weekend, when James was featuring in a Nike Elite Youth Basketball League game in Memphis. 

James showcased a flash of his athleticism during the EYBL game, offering a glimpse of his potential ahead of his move to Campbell High School in Studio City, Calif.

Bronny played high school basketball at Sierra Canyon before declaring for USC earlier this month. He earned a five-star rating from On3, while ESPN and 247Sports ranked him as a four-star prospect. 

As for Bryce, On3 and ESPN herald LeBron’s younger son as a four-star recruit. The 15-year-old is already taller than his older brother, standing in at 6’6” and nearly 180 pounds.