News had broke that a potential college football player turned down a athletic scholarship to pursue a rap career but that wasn't exactly the truth.  MSU football took away the scholarship offer to a Pennsylvania recruit over his rap videos.  This recruit may just have his priorities out of whack.

Jay Harris, also known as, Lil Datbull, is inspiring to become your next favorite rapper.  Becoming successful in music is slimmer than become a professional athlete.  While being ranked 17th in the state of Pennsylvania, according to ESPN, Harris decided to pass up a collegiate career.

Harris would have played wide-receiver for Sparty but got dropped from the school like a has-been artist would from a label.  Harris being dropped from Sparty should give him some experience for his future endeavor.  Basically, I don't think Harris is that good of a rapper.

The former targeted recruit for MSU told Philly.com how hard it was to break the news he was ending his athletic career.

"I’ve always had this in the back of my head, but never had the courage to tell my parents that this is what I want to do."

Lil Datbull spoke on his excitement about his interaction with producer M. Stacks.  The Philly producer has worked with Mac Miller and Wiz Khalifa.

“I try to take advantage of every opportunity I get, and for him to like my music and reach out to me, I really appreciated that.”

After watching the music video above, I don't think Lil Datbull has a promising career anytime soon.  I am not sure if anyone has told him that yet. I could be wrong.  After watching the video, do you agree with me or am I off?

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