Jim Mora Is Cornering The Rap Game

Jim Mora is moving quickly to put up a fence and secure players that fit his recruiting mold in his first year at UCLA. And though it's early, we think there may be a pattern Mora is following. It's not necessarily conventional, but there is a theme emerging...

Mora is going to corner the rap game. There's no doubt about it now. The UCLA head coach is going to have the hottest locker room in the game.

Most already know Mora locked up Justin Combs, son of Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, Diddy, etc. The CEO of Bad Boy Entertainment's kid is a solid prospect, though some kind of odd controversy appeared out of thin air due to the whole scholarship thing.

Now, Mora is moving on to the West Coast. No, really, he's going straight West Coast with this one.

The name may not ring a bell immediately. What if I told you Cordell Broadus' father is Calvin Broadus, also known as Snoop Dogg?

Mora is shooting for the stars, and it's really not a bad thing. This could be fun to watch.

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