Cordell Broadus, a 4-star wide receiver in the class of 2015, has received an offer from LSU, according to Lyons Yellin of The Times-Picayune. Outside of USC, this is easily Broadus' biggest offer to date.
Broadus, the son of legendary rapper Snoop Lion, formerly Snoop Dogg, is 6'2", 180 pounds, and runs a 4.50 40-yard dash, according to 247Sports. He is the No. 7 wideout in the 2015 class.
Broadus is not receiving "celebrity offers." He's a legitimate talent and an intriguing college football recruit. He wouldn't be such a highly ranked receiver if that weren't the case.
He's a big receiver with good length and athleticism. He gets separation because of his quick footwork and route-running ability.
Broadus has the speed to break a defender's cushion on vertical routes, but he'll also be a threat to pick up yards after the catch on shorter routes. He's shifty for a wide receiver, and he displays good vision and strength as a runner.
He also has good hands and should be a major impact player in the red zone, whether because of his ability to run after the catch or go up and get the ball over smaller defenders.
Along with USC and LSU, Broadus has offers from Arizona State, California, Duke, Oregon State, Tennessee, UCLA and Washington, per 247Sports.
Note: All scouting and analysis done via tape study of film provided on Broadus' 247Sports profile page.