The 6-foot-5, 345-pound DeBroussard made an official visit to the University of Louisville this weekend and called it "amazing," noting he's been chatting with U of L assistant coaches Chris Klenakis and Garrick McGee for "a while now."
"It was great," DeBrossard said. "I liked everything about it. I really liked the coaches and I liked the entire school, how every program is the same.
"I had a lot of fun there."
Brossard said he is "still committed" to Vanderbilt was noted he was going to go home and talk to his mother and "see what she says and then go from there."
"I'll talk to her and she what she says," DeBroussard said.
DeBrossard only played one season of high school ball at Shiloh High School but averaged five pancakes per game. He committed to Vanderbilt in November over offers from Alcorn State, Brown, Furman, Georgia State, N.C. A&T, Penn, Southern, and St. Francis, Pa.
He said recently he had six Division I offers and a bunch of Division II offers. He also had interest from Mississippi State and North Carolina State.