All-American prep star Cordell Broadus has quit the UCLA football team, Scout.com reports.
Broadus, who is the son of rapper Snoop Dogg, was one of the most highly recruited high school wide receivers in the country.
The highly touted 18-year-old signed a letter of intent to play for UCLA, and he attended UCLA's football camp. But according to Scout.com's sources, Broadus hasn’t contacted UCLA since camp started.
The 4-star wide receiver would have been an incoming freshman.
Sources believe Snoop Dogg's family friend, rap mogul Sean Combs, (pictured above left) convinced Broadus not to attend UCLA after Combs was arrested for attempting to kill an assistant coach in June.
Combs' son, Justin Combs, 21, was kicked off the team after Combs swung a kettlebell at the coach's head. Combs will not face felony charges in the assault.
Broadus attended UCLA’s summer session, so he can remain enrolled at the school.
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