Video: Stars from Coach Snoop
A look at some of the players from Snoop Dogg's Netflix show.
Hundreds of kids have gone on to earn college scholarships while some have made it to the NFL.
Expect that number to keep growing.
Players from the Netflix series "Coach Snoop" are preparing for their senior year in high school and a few emerged as some of the best football players in Southern California. The show, released in February 2018, chronicles the rapper's Steelers team when he coached the 13-year-olds to the Snoop Youth Football League National Championship in 2016.
'Coach Snoop' Season 1 notable players
The 3-star offensive lineman recently committed to the University of Southern California and led the Braves to their first CIF Open Division state title since 2016 last year. St. John Bosco finished No. 1 in the country.
One of the best all-around players in California, he has offers from Clemson, USC, Texas, Auburn, Oregon and a handful of other Power 5 programs. The 4-star athlete had 70 tackles, three interceptions and scored five touchdowns on offense during his junior season.
The 2021 USC commit checks in as the No. 9 rated safety in the country and is a Top 200 player overall on 247Sports composite rankings.
One of the most explosive playmakers in the Trinity League during his junior season at JSerra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.)
. The 3-star running back has offers from Arizona State, Kansas and Florida Atlantic University.
The 3-star defensive back already has nearly 20 offers that include Notre Dame, Michigan, Wisconsin and USC. He made a huge impact on both sides of the ball for one of the top teams in Southern California last year.
The speedy 3-star running back has offers from Nevada and Florida Atlantic University.
The 4-star linebacker is one of the best defensive players from the Class of 2021. He has over 20 FBS offers including the likes of Alabama, Clemson, Oregon, LSU, Georgia, Texas and USC.
Led the Cavaliers in rushing last season and has an offer from Nevada. Accounted for nearly 1,200 total yards and eight touchdowns.
The 3-star quarterback has offers from Eastern Washington, Florida Atlantic, San Jose State and Nevada.
Just received his first offer from Bethel College in April and was an impact player on the defensive line for Calabasas as a junior.
Racked up 72 tackles, two interceptions and forced two fumbles during his junior season.