Tuesday, November 30, 2010

LSU makes offer to Haughton QB Dak Prescott

Haughton quarterback Dak Prescott visited with LSU head coach Les Miles in Haughton today, and was offered a scholarship. Prescott had made a verbal commitment to Mississippi State earlier this year, but has not officially signed with the school.
According to The Times, Haughton head coach Rodney Guin said “He wants to play quarterback, and they offered him as a quarterback.”
Mississippi State was the first SEC team to make Prescott an offer. LSU is also having talks with former Georgia quarterback Zach Mettenberger.
How great would it be to see a Bossier Parish QB leading LSU within a couple of years?

1 comment:

  1. Jimbo, it's real late, and I'm wore slap out, so I don't have time nor energy to thoroughly type on this one.

    But, I'll get back around to it tomorrow if I have time. The short of it is, if he was my kid, I'd advise him to go to Starkville, and not Baton Rouge.

    Remind me to elaborate.

    BTW: Your word verifications get stranger, and stranger. You ought to do something about that...


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