LeBron James questions whether he’s eligible to compete in college football after playing another sport

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Plans for life after basketball, LeBron? NBA star James questions whether he’s eligible to compete in college football after playing another sport

In another exciting and wild college football Saturday, the ‘King’ of professional basketball seemed to be watching along with the country.

LeBron James took to Twitter on Saturday afternoon, joking that he seemed interested in going to college to join a football team.

‘Am I eligible for college if I play other sports besides basketball? How does that rule work?,’ James tweeted.

James was taken first overall out of high school by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2003 draft.

LeBron James’ football playing days are behind him, but that hasn’t stopped him from wondering if he could still play in college

James joked on Twitter about the possibility of going back to college so he could play football

When he played at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio, where he played football for two seasons and was considered the top football prospect in the state.

He was recruited to play wide receiver at schools such as Notre Dame, Ohio State, Alabama and Miami (FL).

However, his desire to play in the NBA was never in doubt and he became one of the best players the game has ever seen.

James is stuck around the football game. He has been seen rooting for the Cleveland Browns and Ohio State Buckeyes on multiple occasions.

While it may seem like he wants to play football, his $97 million contract extension he signed this summer runs through the 2024-25 season.

The Lakers star also made it clear that he wants to play in the NBA with his two sons, Bronny and Bryce. Broney will graduate high school this year, which means by the 2023-24 season, he could be in the NBA.

LeBron James has been spotted attending games for the Cleveland Browns and the Ohio State Buckeyes, having already been spotted at this year’s Notre Dame game.

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