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UCLA offers football scholarship to another rapper’s son

What do rappers Snoop Dogg and Sean “Diddy” Combs have in common?

Both of their sons are likely to play football for the UCLA Bruins.

Justin Combs, son of “Diddy,” is already on the team’s roster for next season, while Snoop Dogg’s son, rising high school sophomore, Cordell Broadus, has been offered a scholarship by head coach Jim L. Mora, National Football Post reports.

The Bruins are the first team to offer Broadus a scholarship.

At 6’2″ and 185-pounds, Broadus attends Diamond Bar High School in Diamond Bar, Calif., and plays both wide receiver and defensive back positions.

Jonathan Amaya, a safety for the New Orleans Saints, Bret Locket, a safety for the New England Patriots, and Ryan Wendel a center also for the Patriots all graduated from Diamond Bar High School.

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