Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg's sons could link up at UW Huskies

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Could a '213' sequel be on the cards? Well in a sort of way yes, it is entirely possible. 

The sons of rappers Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg may well link up and make music together. But this art would occur on the football field and not in a recording studio. 

Speaking to TMZ Sports, Cordell Broadus - the son of Snoop - said he would be open to the idea of playing ball for the same college side that Naijiel Hale attends, the University of Washington Huskies.

The 6-foot-3, 186-pound wide receiver Broadus already has scholarship offers from the likes of FSU, LSU, Notre Dame, USC and Baylor. He is a four star recruit and one of the top receivers available in the nation in the class of 2015.

Broadus caught 60 passes for 685 yards and eight touchdowns last fall, before transferring to Bishop Gorman, a football powerhouse school in Las Vegas to try and improve his game.

In the impromptu interview, the young man said that he has not yet made a choice as to where he'll end up but is open to everything. He also admitted that his old man wants him to stay close to home, and become a Trojan at USC.

Naijiel Hale is a cornerback and commited to Washington on the first of this month, as a part of their 2014 recruiting class. 

According to Rivals, Hale put up 50 tackles and four interceptions as a junior in 2012. He was a three star prospect and the 29th best corner in the nation as well as the 50th best player in his native state of Cali. 

Nothing is concrete for now, and the link up has only slim chances of coming to fruition, so the only Dogg collaboration we have to settle for now is this.  

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