Making over $100,000 as a high school basketball player
Bryson Warren grew up near Little Rock, Arkansas, with his parents and three siblings. Basketball became serious for Warren during 6th grade, and by 8th grade, he was attracting college scouts. In 2021, Warren relocated to Atlanta to join the Overtime Elite league.
Overtime pays its players a base salary of at least $100,000 a year, while offering housing, schooling, company equity and other financial resources. A typical day in the program includes both basketball training and school work. Looking ahead, Warren's goal after Overtime Elite is to go pro and get drafted into an NBA team.