Druski Launches 4Lifers Sports Agency

The comedian’s first signee is University of Florida standout Princely Umanmielen.

Druski is looking to represent the top athletes across the sports landscape.

The popular comedian and actor — who has over 6 million followers on social media — has announced the launch of his new sports agency named 4Lifers.

In a statement, Druski confirmed that 4Lifers is looking to make a name for himself and his agency in the world of sports.

“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’s statement read. “The process begins today with Florida Gators star Princely Umanmielen’s addition to our family. He’s 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.”

The first signee to 4Lifers is University of Florida Gators defensive end Princely Umanmielen, a four-star recruit from Manor, TX. Umanmielen is one of the favorites to win the Chuck Bednarik Award — which is presented to the College Defensive Player of the Year.

Last season, the 6-foot-5, 254-pound star posted 39 tackles, 4.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles in 13 games. The fourth-year junior has garnered attention from NFL scouts after being named one of the “10 draft-eligible edge defenders to know” for the 2024 NFL Draft.

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In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Druski shared the importance of Black entrepreneurs working together on all mediums and how that vision will influence 4Lifers.

“It’s super important. I think more Black people should be in business with Black people. I hold that to a high standard,” Druski said. “And that’s really how I built my team out. The more we can have each other in business and be hand in hand out of business, the better.”

In addition to 4Lifers, Druski co-owns a team in the Fan Controlled Football league called The Shoulda Been Stars.

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