Through 12 games, the 6-foot-7, 190-pounder is averaging 14.8 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks while playing both forward positions for The Family.
"I think I've been playing well," said Bridges. "I've been doing what I need to do."
"[Bridges] is a high level athlete with developing skills," said Scout.com Recruiting Analyst Brian Snow. "It is no surprise that some of the top schools in the country are after Bridges."
"Right now I'm hearing from West Virginia, Providence, Michigan State, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Kentucky, Oregon, Ohio State, and NC State," said Bridges. "Right now I'm probably going to visit Oregon, Providence, and Michigan State over the summer. I'd say Michigan State is recruiting me the hardest."
NC State is one of the latest schools to pursue Bridges. The Wolfpack have become familiar with him as they heavily pursue AAU teammate Eric Davis, one of the top guards in the 2015 class.
"One of the coaches from NC State talked to my mentor," said Bridges. "So, I know they are interested. I don't know much about them yet though."
Just a rising junior, Bridges has plenty of time to make a decision. While he didn't name a leader, he does have a timeframe for making a decision.
"I'll probably do it at the beginning of my senior year."
Bridges is rated the No. 39 recruit in the 2016 class by Scout.com.