Over the years, many NFL players have been so great at the game that their skills have made them famous and eventually household names. Notable players include Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes and Odell Beckham Jr. Then there’s Dak Prescott.
His athletic ability and prolific passing stats are undeniable. He is also the first player in NFL history to rush for at least 400 yards in a game. But despite his athleticism, Dak Prescott’s ethnicity has always been an interesting topic among his fans.
What is Dak Prescott’s ethnicity?
His ethnicity is multiracial. His father is African American and his mother is of European-American descent. Additionally, Dak has Native American roots. His maternal grandfather, Glyndell Wilbert, was a member of Ebarb’s Choctaw Apache tribe.
The Choctaw Apache tribe of Ebarb is also known as the Choctaw Apache community of Ebarb. They are a federally recognized tribe and non-profit organization based in Louisiana, USA. Although a tribe from Zwolle, Louisiana, they are not federally recognized as a Native American tribe.