Bryce Griggs, Former Fort Bend Hightower Star, Ready to Try a Different Path with Overtime Elite

Meet Bryce Griggs, a standout point guard from Houston who is turning heads in the basketball world. At six feet two inches tall, Bryce is known for his scoring ability and playmaking skills. His impressive stats, averaging 23 points, four assists, and two steals per game in high school, have caught the attention of top colleges like LSU, Texas, Baylor, and Memphis. But Bryce has chosen a different path. Instead of pursuing the traditional college route, he has joined overtime elite (OTE), a revolutionary basketball league that pays high school players six-figure salaries until they are eligible for the NBA draft. Bryce is determined to take his game to the next level and prepare for the fierce competition in OTE. He remains focused on improving his defense and giving his all on every play. Don't miss this episode of "Sports Stars of Tomorrow" as we delve into Bryce's journey and his decision to forge his own path in pursuit of his NBA dreams. Get ready to witness the skills and determination of one of the nation's top basketball prospects as he takes on the challenges of OTE.