Jace Prescott Biography
Jace Prescott attended Haughton High school in Haughton Louisiana, 200 miles. According to Jace Prescott’s Northwestern State official profile, he enrolled at the school in 2007. During his sophomore year, Jace played in 11 of the school games, playing in 739 snaps. During his junior year, Prescott suffered a season-injury after one game. According to his profile, it says he majored in psychology with a minor in general studies. Prescott wanted to become a high school teacher and coach upon graduation. The profile notes that his grandfather had been a high school principal. Prescott’s nickname growing up was ‘Moose.’
Jace Prescott Age
Jake Prescott was born on May 10, 1988, and died on April 23rd, 2020 at the age of 31.
Jace Prescott Parents and Siblings
Jace Prescott is the son of Peggy and Nat Prescott. Jace Prescott was the middle of three brothers Dak and Tad. Jace lost his mother Peggy to cancer on November 3, 2013. According to the Dallas News Jace’s parents divorced when he was young and this left Peggy to raise Jake and his siblings as a single mother. The family lived in a trailer park in Princeton, Louisiana where she managed a nearby Travel Plaza per ESPN. Jace had a total of four siblings that includes a sister Natalie Prescott-Smith, Dak Prescott, Tad Prescott, and Elliott Prescott. Dak Prescott once said that growing up he and his brothers made everything a competition. At the beginning of the 2019 NFL season, Dak Prescott and his two brothers appeared in a Campbell’s soup commercial. Campbell’s spokesperson Gary Mazur said upon the release of the ad that the theme was centered around famous sports stars who owes a debt of gratitude to “a parent, sibling, grandparent, spouse, step-parent, or friend. The campaign recognizes those individuals who support us every day.”
In a December 2019 USA Today feature, Dak Prescott said that growing up, he and his brothers would make everything a competition. The Cowboys quarterback said those competitions were not limited to seeing who could carry the most grocery bags from the store. Jace Prescott told the newspaper, “What didn’t we make a competition? It’s just how we are. If me or Tad could do ANYTHING that could be measured in any way, Dak wanted to see if could do more.”
Jace Prescott Career
Jace Prescott played offensive line for four years at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. jac started all 11 games in his final season in 2010. While playing for New Orleans Saints, they had to design special cleats for him. In 2018, the Dallas Morning News reported that Jace’s Prescott’s feet were so big during his high school and college football careers, the New Orleans Saints had to special cleats for his size-24 feet. That feature remarked on Prescott’s size, describing him as being “6-5 and 400 pounds (but could still dunk).” Prescott’s official Northwestern profile lists him as being 6-feet-6 inches and weighing 343 pounds. The piece also noted that it was a regular joke inside the Haughton High School football locker room for players to hide Dak Prescott’s shoes. The shoes were usually hidden behind Jace Prescott’s size-24 shoes.
Jace Prescott Became a Dallas Cowboys Fan After their Brother’s Signing
Jace and Tad Prescott told ESPN in 2016 that they both instantly became Dallas Cowboys fans when their brother was drafted by the team. The network reported that Tad Prescott was a Houston Texans fan and Jace Prescott was a New Orleans Saints fan. Tad Prescott described the conversation he had with Jace on draft night, saying, “Before the draft, Jace and I looked at each other and said, “What if he gets taken by the Cowboys?” ‘We were like, ‘Man, I’m going to be the biggest Cowboys fan in the world.’ ‘Yeah, me too.” In the feature, ESPN noted that the three brothers all had tattoos of footballs on their bodies. Dak Prescott’s is on his back, Tad Prescott’s it is on his shoulder and Jace Prescott’s was on his right forearm. In the book, Boys are Black: Dak, Zeke, and a New Cowboys Era in Big D at Peggy Prescott’s funeral, the minister spoke of how she assigned words to her sons to reflect their personalities.
Tad’s word was “Fight” because he “would always fight for his family.” Dak’s word was, “Faith,” because his belief in achieving his dreams had always been unbreakable.” The word chosen for Jace Prescott was “Finish” because that’s what he does once he commits to something.”
Jace Prescott Death
Jace Prescott died Thursday 23rd April 2020. The Cowboys confirmed the older Prescott’s death in a brief statement. There was no information on how or where Jace Prescott died. “The loss of Tad and Dak’s brother is devastating,” the Cowboys said in their statement. “At this incredibly difficult time, the Prescott family asks only for prayers and respect for their privacy.” Cowboys Coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday.