Will Snoop Dogg give up his love of the USC Trojans to support his son, WR Cordell Broadus, and the UCLA Bruins?
WR Cordell Broadus, one of the top ranked WR in the nation and son of world famous rapper Snoop Dogg, has committed to playing football at UCLA – the bitter rival of Snoop’s favorite team, the USC Trojans.
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On National Signing Day, with PAC-12 powerhouses USC and Arizona State also on his radar, Broadus announced that he felt UCLA was the best fit for him.
“I had the offer since my nine-grade year,” Broadus told ESPN after making the decision.
“So I had a great connection with the coaches. I just want to play in front of my family and keep ballin’ out on the field and get a great degree.”
ESPN has been working on a documentary series about Broadus and his famous father entitled “Snoop & Son: A Dad’s Dream.”
The rap star was also present at the announcement and made it clear that he would give his son his full support and said he would get rid of all of his USC gear. The USC Trojans are the bitter rivals of the UCLA Bruins.
ESPN ranked Broadus as the No. 14 WR in the nation and the #130 player in the nation.