"The LSU offer is big because I have family in Louisiana and LSU is the school I dreamed about playing for when I was little.
My grandparents, aunts, and uncles live in Lafayette, La., so I have connections to the LSU area. LSU has just stuck with me since I was a kid and I love how they play and produce defensive backs.
Broussard made it clear though that LSU is not his leader at this time. He is remaining open.
"It is still too early for me to have a top school. Maybe is gives LSU a little edge because I grew up a fan and that I have family there, but I am really looking at all the different schools.
"I am staying open right now and listening to all the coaches and seeing what other offers come in."
Neither Alabama or Auburn has offered the Phenix City (Ala.) Central four-star corner yet, but he is not worried about that. Each school is showing interest in him and he is likely to camp at each school this summer.
Florida State and Georgia are two other schools he could camp at in the coming months. He will be busy working on his craft.
"I know schools like my size and how I move, but I still want to get better," said Broussard. "I think I can get stronger and still get better overall. I want to be the best, so I am going to work hard to be that."