Outside of Prescott, Missouri has to worry about other MSU skill players

Prescott isn't the only weapon for MSU John David Mercer USA TODAY Sports

Dak Prescott's brilliance has been chronicled very extensively.

There perhaps isn't a player in the entire country more valuable to their said team than Prescott is to Mississippi State. He leads the team in rushing (by a wide margin) and has thrown for 14 touchdowns to only one interception in 2015.

With that said, Missouri will also have to worry about a few of the toys he gets to utilize within Dan Mullen's explosive offense.

A basketball-player-playing-wide-receiver, De'Runnya Wilson is a nightmare matchup for any defensive back. At 6'5", he's virtually unguardable on any jump-ball situation. Wilson pairs spider-like arms and terrific jumping ability to form a very good receiver. He leads the team with 524 yards receiving and six touchdowns.

Functioning as the SEC's version of Darren Sproles, the diminutive Brandon Holloway has been a very good weapon out of the backfield for the Bulldogs.

At only 5'8", he's adept at hiding behind blockers up front -- before bursting open into the second-level of the defense. Holloway has legitimate speed, and can also catch passes out of the backfield. Last week in the blowout victory over Kentucky, he registered a season-high 134 yards of total offense.

With Missouri's propensity to blitz and get after opposing quarterbacks, Holloway may be a big factor on screens and short passes.