Dak Prescott Should Not Enter 2015 NFL Draft

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Nov 8, 2014; Starkville, MS, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs quarterback Dak Prescott (15) rolls out to pass against the UT Martin Skyhawks during the first quarter at Davis Wade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

What He Has

Prescott is 6’2″, 235 pounds so he can take the pounding and do more of that read-option than a guy like Robert Griffin III. When Tim Tebow was with the Denver Broncos, he made it work at times but the problem with him was throwing. Prescott has a much bigger arm and more accuracy so that won’t be a problem his coach is going to have to worry about.

At some point, he’s going to have to throw the ball down the field and win games from the pocket when he gets to the NFL. But Prescott works hard and it shows on the field that he has come a long way when it comes to playing quarterback. His completion percentage, (61-58)  yardage, (2,9996-1,940) and touchdowns (24-20) are all up from his 2013 season.