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GQ declares Dak Prescott ‘America’s Quarterback’

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Just how big has Dak Prescott become? GQ Magazine is calling the second-year Dallas Cowboys star “America’s Quarterback.”

The magazine profiled Prescott, who shattered record after record in a dominant rookie season for the Cowboys last year, in a feature for the September issue written by Michael J. Mooney.

The feature discusses the early influences on the life and career of the quarterback who rose to stardom at Mississippi State, his golf game, a pair of off-field incidents during his college days and his role in changing the culture of Cowboys football.

GQ, though, missed an alliterative opportunity for potential promotional power – failing to place potent passer Prescott on a cover that already features actor Robert Pattinson and Vice President Mike Pence.

From Starkville to GQ in a year and a half: It’s the latest sign that the rocket rise of Dak Prescott isn’t slowing down.

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