"I got high interest in Baylor. I like how much they throw the ball. I also like their winning percentage," Broadus told 247Sports writer Ryan Bartow.
Broadus is currently ranked as the nation's No. 64 overall prospect and the No. 4 wide receiver. Last year as a junior, he recorded 685 yards on 60 passes and scored eight touchdowns.
But Baylor will have to fight for him. The four-star recruit has also attracted attention from the likes of Oregon, Oregon State, Boise State, UCLA and USC. Broadus also mentioned that he's trying to also attract Florida State and Georgia "because they throw the ball," he said.
Broadus admitted he was still leaning towards USC, which his longtime Trojans super fan dad would love he's not ruling anybody out.