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Cordell Broadus | Wide Receiver

Team: UCLA Bruins
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 185

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UCLA four-star freshman WR Cordell Broadus has decided to quit the football team but will remain at school.
Broadus is the son of Snoop Dogg and received plenty of attention during the recruitment period. He did not show up to the opening of preseason camp. Scout's Tracy Pierson was told Broadus wants to "do his own thing" rather than follow football, which his dad pushed. Aug 14 - 10:42 AM
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Four-star 2015 WR recruit Cordell Broadus, the son of Snoop Dogg, announced his commitment to UCLA.

Broadus and UCLA have been linked for quite some time, but the receiver chose the Bruins over the likes of USC and Notre Dame. He stands 6'3/186 pounds.
Feb 4 - 2:35 PM

UCLA is considered the favorite to land WR Cordell Broadus, the son of Snoop Dogg.

"[R]ight now my top five would probably have to be UCLA, USC, Notre Dame, Oregon State and Florida State," Broadus told Rivals. The wideout is mulling scholarship offers from more than two dozen schools. The Bruins recently scored a commitment from Broadus' friend Josh Rosen, a five-star California quarterback. "As great of a player as Josh Rosen is I can complement his game and coming in there as his No. 1 receiver that could be big," Broadus said.
Mon, Mar 31, 2014 08:47:00 PM

Cordell Broadus, the son of Snoop Dogg and a high school junior, received a scholarship offer from Notre Dame this week.

It was the 11th scholarship offer Broadus has received. Broadus recently said that USC, UCLA, California and Oregon were his top four schools in order. "I want to major in Cinematics and they have one of the best programs for that," Broadus said of USC. "I want to go to school first and then play football." The firing of Lane Kiffin won't affect his decision one way or the other. "I got a lot of respect for coach Lane Kiffin and the rest of the USC coaching staff," Broadus tweeted, "but he wasn't leading the team in the right direction."
Source: NFL.com
Fri, Oct 11, 2013 07:13:00 PM