Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott will be traveling to Mississippi to be the featured speaker for the Third Annual Clarion-Ledger’s Sport Awards that is happening on May 25th at the Jackson Convention Complex. This awards show is being sponsored by both The Clarion-Ledger along with BlueCross BlueShield of Mississippi, Baptist Health Systems, and Energy and Mississippi Sports Medicine. The president of The Clarion-Ledger and Mississippi Media Nate Edwards commented that he and his crew could not be happier that Prescott is willing to participate with their celebration, and he will be a huge draw to the function. Tickets for the awards will go on sale in April and include a plated dinner, highlight reels, and special awards as well.
The Sulpher, Louisiana native started playing football during his high school years while he lived in Haughton, LA, which eventually led him to attend and play for Mississippi State University during his college career. The two-time Conerly Trophy winner and 2015 National Player of the Year Candidate currently holds 38 school records, as well as a single game record for passing yards in the Orange Bowl. He entered the 2016 NFL Draft where he was picked in the fourth round by the Dallas Cowboys as a backup quarterback, however, due to Tony Romo’s injuries he got a chance to get some starting lineup time with the team this season and really proved his strengths. Prescott seemed to come out of the woodwork for Dallas, and football fans all around the world are excited to see what he has in store for the future.
Prescott will be attending this year’s upcoming Third Annual Clarion-Ledger Awards ceremony that is happening at the end of May, and there is no doubt that he will be a huge magnet for the attendees.
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