UCLA Offers Snoop Dogg’s Son Cordell Broadus a Football Scholarship

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For someone who hasn’t played a down on the Varisty team seems a little early to offer a scholarship, but UCLA likes to have the celebrity kids on deck.

The Bruins have given Cordell Broadus, the son of rapper/actor Snoop Dogg, his first scholarship offer, according to a tweet from Diamond Bar High School football coach Ryan Maine.

Broadus (class of ’15) will be a sophomore in the fall. He transferred to Diamond Bar from Long Beach Poly last fall, and played wide receiver and defensive back on Diamond Bar’s freshmen football team. He is listed at 6’2″ and 185 lbs.

He definitely has the size to be a college receiver, we will just see how it works out.

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