Recognition quickly coming for Cordell Broadus for a different reason.
When you’re the son of a famous rapper and hip-hop icon, doors are sure to open for you.
But for Cordell Broadus, he is making his own way in the world in spite of his famous father being one of the highest selling rap artists of all time, Snoop Dogg.
Broadus has been offered a football scholarship by prestigious program Notre Dame despite being a junior at high school.
Such is the buzz around him as a prospect the Irish want to be the first in the country to snap him up.
Broadus’ high school coach tweeted the exciting news that their star could be heading one of the most famous footballing schools in America.
“Cordell Broadus was offered by Notre Dame today,” Diamond Bar (Calif.) High School coach Ryan Maine wrote on the football team’s Twitter account.
Broadus has the physical goods to go on to become a star as he stands at 6-foot-3-inches and weighs 186-pounds as a teenager.
He is a four-star prospect in Rivals.com’s Class of 2015 rankings and reportedly has offers from LSU, Nebraska, UCLA and USC among others.
Broadus had 38 catches for 513 yards and seven touchdowns as a sophomore for Diamond Bar High School.