Written by Bryan Perez on December 28, 2015
Dak Prescott started his senior season as a player with a lot to prove. His value for the NFL Draft was a true unknown, as many analysts began the year assuming that Prescott would become the next athletic quarterback likely to be forced into a position change to maximize his NFL opportunities.
The trending narrative around Prescott seems to be that he’s done enough during his 2015 campaign to be evaluated as a true quarterback prospect. He finished his career at Mississippi State owning 38 school records, including: total TDs (107); pass attempts (1,085); completions (678); completion percentage (63%); passing TDs (64); passing yards (8,742); rushing yards by a quarterback (2,411); and 100 yard rushing games by a quarterback (9). Needless to say, he was Mississippi State football during his tenure ‘under’ center.
In terms of his 2015 season as a quarterback, he threw for 3,313 yards, 25 (read more…)