HAUGHTON, La. - Pardon the pun, but there's a certain level of star power when Dak Prescott comes to town.
While topics like his upcoming NFL contract and various team moves were broached, the overall focus was on providing a memorable experience for kids that were once in his shoes.
"I spent a lot of time up here in these stands watching my brothers play and gained a sense of love for the game, doing that and to be able to play on this field, I mean this is where my dreams all started and to now be here giving a camp for these kids on this same field means everything."
Prescott heads into his fourth year in the NFL and said he wants campers to focus on achieving their goals.
"No matter from the oldest kid here to the youngest kid here, when I was their age I believed and I thought I'd be an NFL quarterback and I would be playing for the Cowboys or in the NFL. I want these kids to make sure that if they're that kid with that dream or if they're that kid thinking big that they realize that there's no such thing as dreaming too big.
"There's no such thing or something you can't do. Just for them to believe that, have faith in that and believe in (themselves) and they can accomplish anything they want."
When speaking about his potential record-breaking contract Prescott adds that it goes to paying it forward for the next generation so he can keep putting on events like this in his hometown.