SNOOP DOGG’S SON RANKED NO. 6 RECEIVER BY ‘ESPN’
Cordell Broadus is turning out to be one of the elites in sports. The high school Junior was recently ranked number six among ESPN.com’s wide receivers for the class of 2015. Scout.com ranked the teen as number seven on its best players list, and Rivals.com deemed him the eighteenth best high school wide receiver.
Not bad for a teen who recently transferred from Diamond Bar high school in Southern California to Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, Nevada. Cordell began making a name for himself at Diamond Bar, blocking and receiving like no other sports player on his team. The teen transferred to Bishop Gorman after learning of the school’s incredible football team that is known for winning championships.
“He told me that he wants to play for a bigger school to get him ready for college,” said Diamond Bar coach Ryan Maine of Cordell’s decision to transfer. “We’re going to miss his presence at wide receiver. We wish him the best of luck.”
Cordell has received several scholarship offers from universities itching to have him on their team. Florida State was one of the more recent schools to attempt to recruit the teen, offering a substantial amount of money for Cordell’s talent.
Snoop and the family are expected to relocate to Las Vegas in light of Cordell becoming a student at Bishop Gorman. The rapper parents three kids with his wife Shante Broadus.
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