STARKVILLE, Mississippi (AP) — Former Mississippi State quarterback and NFL draft prospect Dak Prescott took two inconclusive breathalyzer tests following a traffic stop for speeding on Saturday night.
Prescott was arrested and charged with speeding and driving under the influence in Starkville. His first court appearance is scheduled for April 11.
Police records state that Prescott was pulled over at 12:31 a.m. and took two breathalyzer tests at 1:13 a.m. and 1:47 a.m. The first result was an “invalid sample” and the second was an “insufficient sample.”
He was released on bond “in good condition and without incident.”
The 6-foot-2, 226-pound Prescott is arguably the best player in Mississippi State history, rewriting the school’s passing records and helping the program win a combined 19 games in his junior and senior seasons.