Broadus wide open

DALLAS -- Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman Rivals250 wide receiver Cordell Broadus has received offers from across the country and established himself as one of the country's top wide receivers in the 2015 recruiting class.
While some prospects are rushing to decide, Broadus is taking the opposite approach.
"Right now I'm just letting everything go slow," Broadus said at registration for the Prime 21 Camp. "I'm not trying to rush anything and I'm keeping my options open to every school across the country."

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Broadus may be keeping an open mind but that has certainly not stopped the speculation with UCLA and USC being two main subjects at the center of much of the talk.
"I'd have to say it's my decision," Broadus said. "People are going to say what they want to say at the end of the day. Probably because my dad is a USC fan, but really it's my decision. I'm going to be the one playing and he's going to be watching so it's a different perspective looking at it like that. Saying that, all my options are open."
Broadus does not have any visits on his schedule, but he did mention the possibility of visiting the Texas Longhorns with friends Kameron Powell and Cameron Hayes while he is in the state of Texas.
While he has not scheduled any visits, he does have a couple of destinations in mind.
"I want to check out Notre Dame. I want to check that school out," Broadus said. "Also I'm really interested in Oregon, but I haven't gotten offered. If I was to get offered I would take an official. I've taken an unofficial but I want to take an official."
There is also one coach who has managed to establish a stronger bond than most at this point.
"Coach Mora, he's a real nice dude," Broadus said. "His personality, he keeps it real. And he's a great person. I've sat down and talked with him a few times. I like his perspective on my future and UCLA as an organization. All positive vibes."
He has yet to establish a timetable for narrowing his options, but he does have a timetable for his decision.
"Signing Day," Broadus said. "I want to wait until Signing Day."