MARCELLUS WILEY
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Marcellus Wiley

Former NFL All-Pro, Business Entrepreneur, Multi-Media Brand Ambassador, and Philanthropist. From Compton, California to Columbia University and beyond, Marcellus Wiley is the defining measurement of what it is to be an agent of “Transition.” As a child, he discovered his passion and talent for sports excelling both in football as well as track & field. 

Prior to joining FOX Sports, Wiley was co-host of “SportsNation” on ESPN and co-hosted the radio show “Afternoons with Marcellus & Travis” on ESPNLA 710am. Wiley previously served as an NFL analyst for ESPN, making regular appearances on “NFL Live,” “SportsCenter,” and ESPNEWS, while also contributing to ESPN’s Super Bowl coverage. He was also a host of “Winners Bracket” on ABC. Wiley joined ESPN in 2007, primarily as a studio analyst on ESPN2’s” First Take.” He also served as a game analyst for ESPN’s Arena Football League telecasts in 2008.

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YellowBrick believes that a student’s personal passion and hustle – rather than financial resources – should determine how far they can go. Our aim is to expose students who are passionate about areas like fashion, sports, beauty, or sneakers to pursue rewarding career opportunities that can spark their interest and open doors to a fulfilling future.

YellowBrick’s programs have the potential to change students lives by:

  • Providing a valuable credential, in the form of a certificate from a leading university, that will help open doors to career opportunities that students may not have otherwise known about
  • Developing real-world skills that empower students to seize these opportunities
  • Informing choices and helping students build an actionable roadmap toward setting and accomplishing career goals
  • Inspiring dreams and building the confidence and know-how to pursue them

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