Snoop Dogg's son, Cordell Broadus, has aspirations to play in the NFL. The odds say he will, in fact, be playing on Sundays in a few years.
Broadus is the star wide receiver for Bishop Gorman High in Las Vegas, the No. 1 ranked high school football team in the country. According to MaxPreps.com, Broadushas 28 receptions for 445 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior at Bishop Gorman this fall.
Broadus, who - by the way - is NOT Lil Bow Wow, is being coy when it comes to selecting where he will play his college ball. Daddy Snoop obviously wants him to go to USC, but he has been linked to more than a handful of other schools, including Notre Dame, LSU, Florida State, Tennessee, UCLA, Baylor, Duke and, most recently, USC's Pac-12 rival Arizona State. When discussing his trip to Tempe with Scout Football this week, Broadus then tossed out a few more schools he's interested in.
"The other schools I'm most interested in are TCU, West Virginia and Oregon State," Broadus said. "I think I will visit all of those schools after my season is over. Those schools are showing me a lot of love along with ASU. I want to learn as much as I can and then make my decision."