An unsuspecting teenage and senior at Evans High School had never been to a concert before. So he was thrilled Wednesday when his local Boys & Girls Club — where he’d been going since second grade — invited him to the Beyoncé and Jay-Z show that night. But when DJ Khaled, who opened the show at Camping World Stadium, told the audience he had a surprise $100,000 college scholarship to announce, the 17-year-old didn’t think much about it at all until the credential described fit his high school resume. The scholarship was presented to Keshawn Morgan by Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z, funded by their foundation. Morgan expressed a desire to become a lawyer.