SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Like all national wide receiver recruits, Cordell Broadus prefers teams that throw the football.
Cordell Broadus has USC, FSU, Baylor and Oregon State among his favorites.
“I got high interest in Baylor,” Broadus told 247Sports at the U.S. Army National Underclassman Combine. “I like how much they throw the ball. I also like their winning percentage.”
The four-star prospect is big on the Beavers as well.
“I’m also feeling Oregon State because they throw the ball,” Broadus said.
The Diamond Bar (CA) standout has 13 offers.
“I’m trying to get FSU and Georgia,” Broadus said. “I also like FSU because they throw the ball.”
Boise State is his newest offer.
The nation’s No. 4 wide receiver listed USC as his leader in the fall.
“I’m still feeling good about USC,” Broadus said. “I think they made a great hire. I’m looking forward to see how (Steve Sarkisian) does.”
Who sticks out now?
“Everybody is pretty much the same,” Broadus said.
USC’s ace recruiter, wide receivers coach Tee Martin, handles the recruitment of the nation’s No. 64 overall prospect.
“That’s my guy,” Broadus said. “That’s who I talk to the most. He’s really laid back. He wants to get me to my full potential.”
The No. 9 junior in California has been to USC, UCLA, Oregon and Oregon State.
“I’m hoping to see Florida State and Oregon State,” Broadus said.
As a junior, Broadus caught 60 passes for 685 yards and eight touchdowns.