After Working As A Janitor Across The Street From The Stadium, Krishawn Hogan Is Taking Part In This Year’s Combine Hoping For A Spot On An NFL Team.
An NFL prospect vying for a spot on one of the nation’s top teams didn’t make his varsity football team until his senior year.
The wide receiver only got his a shot playing college football after tagging along with a cousin to a recruiting visit in Canton, Ohio.
After a mediocre freshman year, he then worked a graveyard janitorial shift – as well as another job – to pay for his car and school fees in hopes of transferring to a new school.
But now, Krishawn Hogan, who’s in his early 20s, is competing among 325 hopefuls at this week’s NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium – across the street from the very place he worked as a janitor four years ago.