Name provided for 20-something, upper middle class, young professional or graduate student who also "balls". This is different from someone who is "preppy" or a "young trendy professional" or "hipster" in that his or her appreciation for hip hop culture contributes to his or her overall personality, behavioral traits, and personal associations. There has been a rise in "White collar ballers" in recent years, as many students in the "fraternity culture" have drifted from the "good ol boy" and "country music" loving ways of the past, to a greater appreciation not only for hip hop, but its culture, and contribution to the American Zeitgeist.
1. "I can't believe Senator John Cornyn's son showed up to a tailgate wearing a Hakeem Olajuwon throwback jersey"
"Dude, that's how he rolls. He's a White Collar Baller".
2. "I played golf with Jason and Paul yesterday. After talking about the stock market, politics, and wine, we debated who provided more in-depth sociopolitical observations, Tupac, Nas, or Dead Prez"
"You guys are white collar ballers"
3. "Professor Stengel, while I understand your admiration for the works of Yeats, Longfellow, and Wordsworth, I would have to argue that the greatest poets are Bob Dylan and Weezy".