What's Dak Prescott Annual Salary? Find out his net worth and Career as Football Player
Born as Rayne Dakota Prescott, Dak Prescott is an American football quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys pf the National Football League. Prescott has an average annual salary of $0.6 million and his net worth is $8.5 million.
Dakota Prescott's Annual salary and net worth
Prescott is one of the NFL's highest-earning players averaging above $19 million per year. As of January 2017, Cowboys rookie, Dak Prescott had a base salary of $680,848.
Dakota Prescott, the rookie fourth-round pick out of Mississippi State, has been the biggest surprise star and arguably the most valuable player in the NFL 2017 season. His net worth has grown significantly in few years. His current net worth is $8.5 million.
Dakota Prescott's endorsing brands, properties, and house
However, Dak Prescott, 23, signed a 4 year, $2,723,393, contract with the Dallas Cowboys including a $95,848 signing bonus, $383,393 guaranteed. Rayne Dakota Prescott has a cap hit of $635,848, while his dead money value is $2,87,545.
The car collection of Dakota Prescott is not that large. Dakota owns few of best lavish cars in the world. The car brands owned by Dak Prescott include Audi and Mercedes The Audi is a Four-seat coupe produced by the German car manufacturer Volkswagen group.
Cowboy Rookie, Dakota Prescott
Prescott owns a luxury house worth of $1.2 million in Sulphur, Louisiana. Prescott bought his house in 2013. The city lies on Interstate 10 between the towns of Vinton and Westlake, almost 20 miles east of the Texas border.
Dakota Prescott's splendid career
Louisiana native Dak Prescott played college football for the Mississippi State Bulldogs. However, he was selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
In his rookie season, Prescott became the Cowboys' starting quarterback after original starter Tony Romo was injured in the preseason and earned recognition during the year for his on-field success.
After he set several rookie quarterback records, he was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year and earned a Pro Bowl Session.
On November 20, 2016, Prescott threw three touchdown passes, two to Dez Bryant in the first game with Tony ROMO as his backup. Meanwhile, the Cowboys set a franchise regular-season with their ninth straight win, beating the visiting Baltimore Ravens, 27-17.
Prescott recieved national recognition by being placed on several national award watch lists. He was named a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, a semifinalist for both the Maxwell Award and the Davey O'Brien Award.