Dak Prescott thanked Mississippi State for his four years in Starkville with an open letter he penned in November, just days before his final game at Davis Wade Stadium. Five months later, the Bulldogs returned the favor with a ‘thank you’ message of their own released just days before the 2016 NFL Draft.
— MSU Football (@HailStateFB) April 27, 2016
Prescott leaves Mississippi State as the most decorated player in Bulldogs history, breaking 38 school records and earning two All-American nods. He is one of only four players in FBS history to throw for more than 70 touchdowns and rush for more than 40, joining Tim Tebow as the only other SEC player to do so.
The quarterback has reportedly visited the Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills and Arizona Cardinals, but he plans to go fishing during the 2016 NFL Draft instead of holding a watch party.