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FutureStarrA Justin Combs
Celebrities get to take the limelight. Entrepreneurs have to do what they do out of the spotlight. Connor Hendrickson interviewed Justin Combs, the founder and CEO of Course Hero, who’s created big revenue and profits but still has to button up his shirt correctly, along with a lot of other entrepreneur-y things.
COLLEGE: 2012 (UCLA) Did not see game action in his first year in the program and will have four seasons of eligibilty remaining. HIGH SCHOOL - Played at Iona Prep for coach Victor Quinlo ... A two-star recruit according to scout.com and the No. 132 cornerback in the nation ... Two-stars according to rivals.com ... Ranked No. 5 prospect in the state of New York by SuperPrep ... Three-star recruit according to ESPN and the No. 7 prospect in New York ... Looked upon as a cornerback in college, but was the starting quarterback as a senior ... Completed 46 of 74 passes for 614 yards and four touchdowns with four interceptions ... Rushed 61 times for 196 yards and four touchdowns ... Had 45 tackles and made one interception ... Was an all-league, all-city, all-state and All-American performer in high school. Named to the East of Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl in Phoenix, Ariz.. PERSONAL - Full Name: Justin Dior Combs ... Born: December 30, 1993 in Mount Vernon, NY ... Father is music mogul and entrepreneur Sean Combs ... Mother is Misa Hylton ... Has two brothers - Niko Brim and Christian Combs ... Has four sisters - Madison Brim, Jessie Combs, D'lila Combs and Chance Combs ... His biggest athletic thrill was scoring a game-winning touchdown in high school ... Admires NFL quarterback Michael Vick ... Likes to dance ... Chose UCLA because he loved the program, campus and tradition ... Interested in majoring in Business Marketing.
Keep in mind that this scholarship comes from the athletic department and not the general scholarship fund. Justin isn’t taking any money from another student who needs it more. He’s taking it from another football player that the UCLA coaches felt wasn’t as deserving on the field as Justin.The best scenario is that Justin’s dad donates money to the general scholarship fund at UCLA which would benefit a more needy student. It could be designated for that. And how do we know that Sean Combs isn’t planning on doing that? How do we know he hasn’t already done it? (Source: bleacherreport.com)