Dak Prescott was one of the top quarterbacks all week in Senior Bowl practices. He finished that off with a solid game on Saturday, which led to the former Mississippi State superstar being named most outstanding player.
Dak's final stat line -- keep in mind that reps were split among four quarterbacks -- was 7-of-10 passing for 61 yards and a TD. He also added 13 yards on the ground.
Here's a video of his touchdown pass taken from the stands.
Every QB on the South team led touchdown drives on the way to the 27-16 victory.
Dak finished with an NFL passer rating of 119.2. His TD pass went to Southeast Missouri State receiver Paul McRoberts at the end of a two-minute drill.
It would have been beneficial for Dak to see more reps to show the scouts what he can do with his arm. But with his limited action in Saturday's game and the rave reviews he received from practices leading up to the contest, it's safe to say the scouts got enough of a glimpse to come away impressed.
In the following weeks you'll likely see more teams showing interest in No. 15 and digging deeper into his film leading up to the combine.
NFL draft analyst Jared Tokarz threw out an interesting idea. He believes Dak would be a good fit with the 49ers under Chip Kelly.
I could certainly see those two meshing with the style of offense Kelly likes to run. Wherever Dak ends up, I think he needs to sit behind a veteran quarterback a couple of seasons to grow accustomed to the speed of the NFL. If put in the right system and allowed time to develop, he has all the tools to be successful in the pro's.
More and more NFL teams are starting to see that. The "Tebow clone, can't pass" comparisons will continue to fade the more scouts lay eyes on Prescott.