This week Fullride caught up with the 6 foot, 210 pound senior quarterback to see how he spent the off-seaso and to see how this season is going for Prats and the Caper Tigers.
This past summer Prats took time to work on building size and muscle in the weight room and improving his speed. Through this season Prats has really worked on bringing his team together as a unit and taking a leadership role in the locker room and on the field.
After missing a few games due to injury Prats' season is just getting started, but he picked up right where he started last season; leading his team to the go ahead touchdown late in the fourth quarter and an eventual win.
Prats enjoys playing on Fridays nights. According to Prats, “The energy is in-explainable.” He feels that he is the only one that can hold himself back from performing to his highest level. The sport has helped him deal with issues he has faced in his life and without the sport he does not know where he would be.
Prats has been speaking with multiple schools, but has not made a decision on whether he would like to continue playing at the college level. Currently his favorite schools are Tennessee and Temple.
Outside of football Prats enjoys spending time with family and friends. He also plays Lacrosse for the Caper Tigers and has spent time on the basketball court as well. This past season he decided to give up basketball to spend time getting stronger for football and lacrosse.