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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.”

By Danny P. Smith, SDN) (Photo

For­mer Mis­sis­sippi State quar­ter­back Dak Prescott of the Dal­las Cow­boys vis­its with campers on Satur­day.

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