Best Quotes of Dak Prescott

The full name of the US football quarterback Rayne Dakota Prescott was born on 29 July 1993. He is known for Dak Prescott‘s short name and plays with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL (NFL). And he played the Mississippi State Bulldogs for university football. At the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Cowboys made their choice.

Dak Prescott was also named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and was selected as a Pro Bowl. He’s one of the most exciting soccer quarters.

Here are some of his inspiring quotes.

“I’ve been in situations where I was the only black guy. We’re in a time now where nobody wants to see that. But it still happens.”― Dak

“I’ve always wanted to play quarterback, and I lucked out to be able to play for my favorite team – America’s team. I’m just living the moment. I feel like all of this was supposed to happen. When you work hard, things work your way.”― Dak 

“I’m just trying to win games and give my team a chance, win as many as we can week in and week out.”― Dak

“I hate to lose. It’s a bad feeling, but, I mean, it kind of gets you resettled, gets you back right.”― Dak Prescott

“When I was younger, I used to pray that I would die before my mom. That’s just how much my mom meant to me. I couldn’t imagine being in this world without her. But then seeing cancer – seeing what it can do to somebody – as strong and as tough as she was, there was nothing she could do. Cancer is a dirty, dirty deal.”― Dak

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“I will never have a sip of alcohol and get behind the wheel again. Regardless if I’m 300% sure that I just had a sip and I can drive. It doesn’t matter.”― Dak

“If you’re a competitor, you want to win. That’s enough to play for, simple as that.”― Dak Prescott

“If there’s one perk, it’s being the quarterback of America’s team and being able to make a difference off the field.”― Dak Prescott

“I’ve been through a lot off the field. I think that kind of translates onto the field. Football serves for a lot of life lessons, and so it allows me to stay humble and continue to work.”― Dak Prescott

“I want to go where I’m the difference. I want to make something out of nothing. I want to be the reason someone is great.”― Dak Prescott

“I’m hard on myself. I’m my biggest critic.”― Dak Prescott

“I grew up in Haughton, Louisiana. I go to my white grandparents’ house, and then I cross the railroad tracks and hang out with my black grandma. We have English teachers on my white side. My grandpa is a principal. And then you go to the other side, and people have been in jail.”― Dak Prescott

“I’ve always had high expectations of myself. I’ve never felt that there was anything I couldn’t do in this world.”― Dak Prescott

“When I chose Mississippi State, of course I dreamed about being a big-time college football player. But I’m so grateful that actually became a reality – and it became a reality in a small town.”― Dak Prescott

“I don’t think people know how much time and effort truly goes into the game and goes into simply just scoring a touchdown. So when you get that opportunity, you should be able to be free and be relaxed from all the pressure that went into scoring that touchdown and have fun.”― Dak Prescott

“A few weeks after my mom passed in November of 2013, I came back from an injury and entered the Egg Bowl in the second half against Ole Miss. I’ll never forget the feeling when I walked back out on the field. As I walked into the Egg Bowl, the crowd stood up and clapped like they were enveloping me in a giant hug.”― Dak Prescott

“If somebody says I’m a leader or notices the things I try to do to be a leader, it’s the ultimate compliment.”― Dak Prescott

“I don’t really put too much pressure on myself. The only time people feel pressure is when they put it on themselves and listen to the outside stuff. I have great teammates and great coaches that do the right things around me that allows me to just focus on the game of football.”― Dak Prescott

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“I am smarter because I stayed in school, and I am a better football player.”― Dak Prescott

“There are a lot of guys who play in pro-style offenses who are not prepared when they come out of college. Either you’re coaching the quarterback to be a quarterback, or you’re not.”― Dak Prescott

“If we’re doing a class project, then I’m going to be the one talking and taking the lead. I might not necessarily put all of the work in the project, but I want to help and do as much as I can and get everyone going in the right direction.”― Dak Prescott

“Back when I was a senior in high school in Haughton, LA, I had a chance to go to LSU. Everyone I grew up with adored LSU, including my mom. But I chose to come to Mississippi State because I wanted to start a new tradition instead of perpetuating an established one.”― Dak Prescott

“On the field, I went from an anonymous redshirt to a short-yardage specialist to a Heisman Trophy candidate. Off the field, I showed up as a wild kid and grew up.”― Dak

“Being bi-racial and being from the country, I can talk to guys like Travis Frederick from Wisconsin and Doug Free from Wisconsin. And then I can go over and talk to Dez Bryant. I mean, think about the two different standpoints you need to have a real conversation with both, to really understand what they’ve been through.”― Dak Prescott

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