In the 2016 NFL Draft, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was highly motivated to find a backup quarterback for incumbent Tony Romo. After failing to trade up to select Paxton Lynch from the University of Memphis, and missing out on Connor Cook from Michigan State University, Dallas “settled” on taking Dak Prescott from Mississippi State University in the fourth round. We all know how things went from there. Prescott took over the starting quarterback job after Romo was injured, and never gave it back. Prescott made the Pro Bowl as a rookie, and he, along with running back Ezekiel Elliott, represents the future of the Dallas Cowboys offense.