The better that a player does in the pros, the better it looks for his college. Robert Griffin III, despite a disappointing 2013, is helping Baylor a lot. And he's offering some direct help as well when it comes to recruiting Snoop Dogg's son.
Baylor's hardly the first school to get in on Broadus. Both UCLA (who offered him in 2012!) and USC have offered him a scholarship. But they don't have someone like the Redskins starting quarterback blowing up Snoop's phone to talk about heading to Baylor.
And lest you think RG3's not watching, young Mr. Broadus ... he is:
Broadus is a four-star wide receiver on 247Sports.com and a top-10 player at his position for the 2015 class.
Needless to say he'll be in high demand. Having RG3 on Baylor's side won't hurt anything. Except for RG3, who'll probably get criticized for not focusing more on his own team and improving at quarterback. Or something.