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Camp Stars: Dak Prescott Has Best Practice So Far

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**Dak Prescott** David Helman: His day technically ended on an interception, but Prescott was impressive before that. I charted him at 15-of-19 on the day during team period, completing passes to 10 different receivers – including multiple tight ends and running backs. During the first two-minute drill, he guided the offense into position for a game-winning field goal. The next go-around, he led them 61 yards to the opposing 4-yard line before the defense eventually got the best of him. Still, it was a productive day spreading the ball around.

FRISCO, Texas – Dak Prescott has never been considered the greatest practice player. From his rookie season, he shined brighter in the games.

And while his first few practices this year at camp weren't exactly flawless, Dak picked it up on Tuesday inside Ford Center. He was on point and looked sharper than we've seen so far in training camp.

Dak was well represented for the daily staff picks. Each day, the writers will pick an offensive and defensive player that made an impact during that particular practice. And we'll keep a running total throughout camp to establish the overall training camp standouts.

Today's let's get right to the players of the day!

Dak Prescott has never been considered the greatest practice player. From his rookie season, he shined brighter in the games.

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