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Guess who's back in the [Mora football] house: Snoop Dogg's son plans UCLA return

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Snoop Dogg's son, former four-star recruit and UCLA receiver, is apparently rejoining us as a UCLA receiver. A brief timeline:

* One Signing Day later, a five-star committed to USC alongside Snoop. "I remember you was conflicted."

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