Snoop Dogg's son narrows college football choices to five

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As you may know by now, music superstar Snoop Dogg has a fairly talented son who is heading for college football in the near future.

Rather than following his father into the world of music, Cordell Broadus is a four-star rated wide-out who is fast becoming one of the most highly sought-after receivers in the Class of 2015.

And Broadus, who attends Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, has apparently narrowed down his preferred destinations.

As reported by John Taylor College Football Talk:

"Right now my top five would probably have to be UCLA, USC, Notre Dame, Oregon State and Florida State," he told

The Bruins are rumored to be the front-runners though, in part due to five-star rated QB prospect Josh Rosen's early commit to UCLA:

"Me and Josh have known each other since eigth grade and that's a lot of chemistry right there.

"As great of a player as Josh Rosen is I can complement his game and coming in there as his No.1 receiver that could be big," he explained in the interview.

Broadus finished with 60 passes for 685 yards and eight touchdowns last fall before he transferred to Bishop Gorman this year and the 6' 3" player still has a full season of high school football ahead of him as he sets about deciding where his future lies.

And the son of the rapping superstar is certainly not relying on his fathers big name to get himself into a college come 2015.

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