Last weekend, Broxton had his spring game at Lackawanna and three coaches were there.
"Syracuse, Wisconsin and UCLA all were there at our spring game," said Broxton. "I had talked to the Syracuse coach before he came by and he's a good coach. I've talked to Syracuse longer than anyone."
UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm is recruiting Broxton's teammate, Jermaine Eluemunor, and while out to see him, saw Broxton and offered him not long after.
"I actually just talked to Coach Klemm (on Wednesday)," said Broxton. "He's real good to talk to and he was asking how things are going with me. It's real possible I'll take a trip there."
A Maryland native, Broxton said he's open to going anywhere in the country.
"Leaving the East is definitely something I'll think about," said Broxton. "I'm not sure yet where I want to go and I'm still open to everyone. I'm just waiting on more offers and then I'll decide where I'll go after I have a good idea."
Broxton said most schools like him as a guard, but he plays a little tackle, and is open to either position in college.
"Either one they need me at, I'll play," said Broxton.
Broxton will graduate in December and will have three years to play his final two seasons.