Prescott Burgess was acquired by the Patriots from the Baltimore ravens on September 22, 2009 for an undisclosed draft choice. Originally drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round (207th overall).
2009 (2/0 - Baltimore): Played in the first two games of the 2009 season for Baltimore but did not register any tackles.
2009 (0/0/0/0 - Patriots): Acquired in a trade with the Baltimore Ravens for an undisclosed draft choice on Sept. 22.
2008 (0/0 - Baltimore): Was placed on injured reserve on August 11 with a broken forearm.
2007 (8/0 - Baltimore): Saw action in eight games as a rookie, posting seven special teams tackles before being placed on injured reserve on November 14 with a hip injury.
Four year letter-winner, who played outside linebacker his last two seasons at Michigan...Saw action in 46 games, starting 20...Recorded 171 tackles 9102 solo) with four sacks...Also tallied two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, ten passes defensed and four interceptions, including one that he returned for a touchdown...Named All-Big Ten Conference Honorable mention honoree his final two seasons (2005-06)...Part of a 2006 team that set the Michigan season record for fewest rushing yardage allowed (43.4 ypg.), breaking the previous mark of 65.8 yards per game by the 1971 Wolverines...All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention as a senior...Corecipient of Michigan's Outstanding Defensive Contributor Award...All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention as a junior...Was a general studies major.
Attended Warren G. Harding (Warren, OH) HS...Heralded prep player who received a number of awards...Heralded prep player who received a number fo awards...Named a 2002 Riddell Football honoree and was a CNNSI.com, G & W Recruiting Report and the Insiders.com All-American selection...rated the second best defensive back in the nation by College Football News and ranked 3rd among the nation's linebackers and the third-best overall player in the Midwest by SuperPrep...Born Prescott Ennis Burgess on March 6, 1984.