- Joel Rodgers
“There’s no such thing as dreaming too big,” says the man who has as many games of 3+ touchdown passes through 49 games that Troy Aikman had in his whole career.
Dallas Cowboys star quarterback and Haughton native, Rayne Dakota Prescott, returned home Tuesday morning for his annual football camp at his old stompin’ ground, Haughton High School, you probably know him as “Dak.”
Prescott and a selection of area prep and college football coaches lead a camp of over 150 kids in grades 1-8. Campers experienced various stations specializing in fundamental skills of football.
The kids took part in drills with Prescott and other coaches. Prescott remembers working hard and believe that he’d be an NFL quarterback.
Prescott was also inducted into the Northwest Louisiana Walk of Stars Tuesday while at Haughton High School.He is the 31st inductee into the Northwest Louisiana Walk of Stars.
Dak Prescott has thrown more touchdown passes through the first three seasons of a quarterback’s career than anbody not named Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck.
The former Haughton Buc and Mississippi State Bulldog is about to sign a huge contract.