Following the lead of Master P and P. Diddy, there's a trend starting up in college sports: the sons of high-profile entertainers are becoming Division I athletes.
The son of Snoop Dogg (or, most recently, Snoop Lion), the 16-time Grammy-award nominee hip-hop artist, was just recently offered a football scholarship by Duke University. Cordell Broadus is a Class of 2015 prospect listed at 6-foot-1, 185 pounds by Scout.com.
The Blue Devils are thought to be recruiting him as a receiver for coach David Cutcliffe's pass-friendly offense. The Diamond Bar High School (Calif.) product is also garnered interest from West Coast schools UCLA and Washington, but a trip out East to one of the country's most prestigious private schools would certainly make headlines in a couple years.
Of course, Broadus will have company if he were to choose two of the aforementioned schools: Hud Mellencamp, son of singer-songwriter John Mellencamp, is a walk-on defensive back at Duke, while Justin Combs, son...