NFL quarterback prospect Dak Prescott’s breathalyzer tests after a DUI arrest were inconclusive, police records show.
Prescott was arrested Saturday morning and charged with DUI in Starkville, Miss., and police records show he took two breathalyzer tests 34 minutes apart. The first result was ruled invalid, while the second was described as an “insufficient sample.”
The former Mississippi State quarterback was released on bond after the arrest.
Prescott, 22, could be selected during April’s NFL draft. He threw in front of scouts from 30 NFL teams at Mississippi State’s pro day earlier this month, and met with several teams at the scouting combine.
Prescott led the Bulldogs to a No. 1 ranking in 2014, and left the school holding a total of 38 records.