Dak Prescott Player Profile
 









Anecdotal: A former all-state quarterback in Louisiana is a major in educational psychology and the brother of former Northeastern Louisiana State offensive lineman Jace. As one of the top quarterback prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft has a 2/1 touchdown to interception ratio, a total of seventy-two touchdowns (41 Passing), and career 5,583 passing yards. His mother Peggy died in November 2013 of colon cancer and his first name is Rayne.









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Name: Dak Prescott         Number: 15

University: Mississippi State

Position: Quarterback

Height: 6'2

Weight: 230

Age: 22

Class: Senior

Primary Position: Quarterback

Secondary Position: NA


Projected Range: 2nd Round - 4th Round



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. Senior Bowl
  2. NA



All-Star Numbers
Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA












Career Statistics:

Games Played: 49

Starts: 33

Passing Yards: 9,376

Completion Percentage: 62.8%

Passing Touchdowns: 70

Interceptions: 23

Sacks: 62




Strengths


  • Noticable Gradual Improvement

  • Mobility

  • Awareness

  • Pocket Presence

  • Holds ball high

  • Keeps Eyes Downfield

  • Experience (49 Games Played)



Weaknesses

  • Read Option Offense

  • Deep Accuracy

  • Footwork

  • Locks onto Receivers




Breakdown



Attribute Ratings
Arm Strength: Field Vision:
Deep Accuracy: Awareness:
Intermediate Accuracy: Football IQ:
Short Accuracy: Work Ethic:
Throwing Mechanics: Size:
Footwork: Red Flags:




Final Thought: Dak Prescott is a smart player who can make great progress in short amounts of time. Prescott is highly intelligent (Currently enrolled in a masters program) with a high skill set, but needs to continue to improve. His mechanics and accuracy make Prescott an intriguing prospect who could become a first round pick or fall to the forth. Prescott has two years as the full-time starter, playing in a two-quarterback system as a redshirt Sophomore, before taking over full duties as a redshirt Junior. Prescott showed that he can make three reads consistently against Alabama in 2014, but his offense does not allow him to make multiple reads often. Prescott needs to have a strong Senior Bowl to cement his place in the top half of the first round and prove that his quick improvement and high upside aren't a mirage. Prescott owns twenty-five school records and seven single game and bowl records.











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