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Master P‘s son Hercy Miller hasn’t played a game yet for Tennessee State University but the 19-year-old has already inked a multi-million dollar deal.

Hours after the NCAA’s new rules regarding name, image and likeness went into effect, Hercy inked a four-year deal with Web Apps America, a software development company which will net him $2 million.

“I signed a deal with an American technology company. Like my dad said, it’s a blessing,” Hercy told TMZ on Friday (July 2).

Master P forecasted the deal earlier this year when the NCAA’s NIL rules were coming into play, telling TMZ he was waiting on the regulations regarding athletes’ ability to earn money off their likeness and name to change.

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Before Hercy begins his career at the HBCU, he plans on giving back to the community beforehand.