As first reported by Diamond Bar head coach Ryan Maine, Lane Kiffin and the USC Trojans have officially extended an offer to wide receiver Cordell Broadus, otherwise known as Snoop Dogg’s son.
Broadus, a 6’3″, 186-pound wideout now has six scholarship offers to his name, including throws from fellow Pac-12 schools UCLA, Washington, Cal and Oregon State. He also holds an offere from Duke.
The sophomore has missed the past month of the 7-on-7 circuit due to injury, but according to Scout.com’s Greg Biggins, Broadus is “one of the top wide receivers out West,” when he is healthy.
USC currently has four commits to the class of 2014, but only one for 2015. Should Broadus plan to the ranks of Troy, he would join QB David Sills, who has been a Trojan commit since 2010.
While he may be known best as the son of rap icon Snopp Dogg, Broadus is hard at work charting his own path at life, and he does it best on the football field. He’s young, but he is gaining traction with big programs and is expected to be a top player for Diamond Bar High this coming season.
It’s no secret that Snoop is a huge USC fan, one that used to frequent Trojan practices before the NCAA sanctions came into place. If he were to ultimately accept, the sidelines of USC practices could be star-studded once again.