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Snoop Dogg's son told to play at USC by Super Bowl winner

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Cordell Broadus - the son of rapper Snoop Dogg - is a hell of a football player. He is a four star ranked prospect by scouting websites and is in the top 20 in his position in his class.

And naturally, with a famous father, he has lots of famous faces trying to recruit. And now we have a new one.

After Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III texted Snoop asking if his son was going to Baylor, now a Super Bowl winner is having his say on where the youngster should play college ball.

Keyshawn Johnson was "interviewed" by TMZ Sports and he was of the opinion that Broadus should spend his college career at his Alma Mater - the USC Trojans.

Johnson is a USC great and said that the young Snoop should follow in his footsteps, despite the university not being at its best of late.

Johnson spent two years there posting over 2,500 yards and 16 touchdowns in his time as a Trojan before going on to have a successful NFL career and winning the 2003 Super Bowl with Tampa Bay.

The 6-foot-3, 186-pound Broadus has scholarship offers from the likes of LSU, Notre Dame, USC and Baylor, and caught 60 passes for 685 yards and eight touchdowns last fall.

He’s ranked as the nation’s No. 18 overall recruiting prospect at wide receiver for the class of 2015 by Rivals.com.

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