Black twin brothers Brin and Nial Wilson are senior students at Captain Shreveport High School in Shreveport, Louisiana. These brothers have received over $1.3 million each in academic scholarship. The brothers, who plan to study Civil engineering, have been enrolled to attend college.
The Wilson brothers have amassed a sum of $2,728,000 to their names. Brin accumulated $1,393,012 while Nial accumulated $1,335,788.
The twin brothers applied to and have been recruited from different colleges throughout the United States. These colleges include Louisiana Tech and Barry University in Miami, Florida; Lasalle University in Philadelphia, Loyola University in New Orleans; Morehouse College in Atlanta; St. John University in New York City and many others.
Aside from their academic success, they have also received academic scholarship deals to play football. Nial has offers from Sterling College and McPherson in Kansas, Culver-Stockton in Missouri and Judson University in Illinois. However, Brin has an offer from Knox College in Illinois.
The black twins have also been acknowledged as Top 2019 Prospects by Louisiana Football Magazine and TV. They have also been referred to as prospects by Blue-Grey All-American Bowl selections in Houston, Texas and Offense-Defense All-American Bowl selections in Daytona, Florida. They were also recognized by LHSAA 2019 Bowling All-day District 2nd Team. Even more, they were awarded the Captain Shreve Distinguished Scholar Award.
However, the school did not disclose the reason behind Brin and Nial scholarship, as at the time of this report. But we have reasons to believe that both black twins emerged as the most outstanding students in their respective exams.