Head Coach Ron Brillhart said that Broadus is "a very good player who's being highly recruited."
Although Broadus will likely play the point at the next level, he is not a true point. "He's somewhere between a one and a two," Coach Brillhart said. "He's a slasher type player. He's a real competitor, physically strong and quick. He's a good, solid all around players. He's a very well built kid – muscular, strong. He's quick and the combination of his quickness and strength, I think he can play defense in that league."
Broadus is able to use his quickness to get in the lane. He is strong enough to get a shot off in traffic, but also quick enough to pop it out to the open man on the wing. Broadus' slashing and dishing abilities make him appealing to coaches in need of an offensive catalyst.
Coach Brillhart did acknowledge that Broadus is a streaky shooter. "When he's on, he's on," Brillhart said. "But that's not terribly unusual." Evidence of his streakiness came during one five game stretch. He shot 40-percent one game, then hit better than 60-percent for three straight games (at least 11 attempts in all three) and then shot 37-percent in a fifth game.
Broadus is also a very good defender. He averaged nearly two steals a game and he is not prone to foul trouble. In fact, in Western Nebraska's 33 games he only had three or more fouls on three occasions.
If he does sign with BYU, Coach Brillhart thinks they'll like what they get. "Rashaun is a very good player," he said. "He's a solid teammate and likes to keep his teammates involved. He's all about winning."