He will get his degree. I don't gamble but I would wager anything for charity. The kid was a 1st team Academic All American in the Kelley School of Business. Everything the family does is incredibly calculated and thought out.
They didn't put the kid through that academic work load of essentially 3 years (4 full- load semesters plus 4 full-load summer sessions) for him not to finish his last 20ish hours. The kid is a creative, entrepreneur type. I won't be surprised if he plays 7-8 years and then gets involved in big business.