are 5-years-old to the kids that are 12-years-old – it's crazy and it's a humbling experience and I'm glad I'm able to do it.”
This weekend's stop is Prescott's third camp for kids this summer. He also hosted camps in Dallas, as well as in his hometown of Haughton, Louisiana, back in late June.
Wherever Prescott has been, as was the case Saturday, there have been large crowds. Prescott said that's exactly what he's hoping for.
Football has given him a platform to touch lives. It's Prescott's goal to do just that, particularly in the locations that have shaped him the most.
“Doing this, I want to go to special places that mean the most to me,” Prescott said. “That's back at home in Louisiana and coming here to Starkville and finishing off in Dallas.
“I hope I can give back, come in contact with every kid, give a high-five and make sure they all leave with a good experience.”
Former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys visits with campers on Saturday.