Comedian and content creator Druski has launched 4Lifers, a new sports agency with Florida Gators edge rusher Princely Umanmielen signed as its first athlete client.
Druski, 28, originally wanted to pursue a career in sports broadcasting and studied it at Georgia Southern University before pursuing a comedy career. He has 6.1 million followers on Instagram, and his sketch comedy and music video collaborations have included star rappers and entertainers Drake, Kevin Hart, Jack Harlow, Lil Yachty, and 21 Savage.
Bud Light featured Druski in its Super Bowl commercial in February. Druski also made an acting cameo in House Party, the 2023 reboot comedy film produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter. Druski also co-owns a team in the Fan Controlled Football League called “The Shoulda Been Stars.”
Umanmielen, a fourth-year junior, was recently included by Pro Football Focus in its “10 draft-eligible edge defenders to know” article for the 2024 NFL Draft. He recorded 39 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles in 13 games for the Gators last season.
“Launching 4Lifers Sports Agency allows me to combine my two passions — sports and entertainment. Our team is committed to providing athletes with the resources, support, and marketing opportunities to grow on and off the field,” Druski said in a statement. “[Umanmielen is] the top-ranked edge rusher in the SEC, and we wholeheartedly believe in his potential to become a game-changing star that will thrive at the next level for years to come.”