Jim Prestel

Jim Prestel

James Francis "Jim" Prestel (born June 28, 1937) is a former professional football player, a defensive lineman in the National Football League in the 1960s. Drafted in 1959 by the Cleveland Browns, he stayed in college and joined the team in 1960. Prestel was with the Minnesota Vikings for their first five seasons, and then one season each with the New York Giants and Washington Redskins. He retired from the NFL prior to the 1968 season.

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... Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Prestel graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Indianapolis in 1955 ... where he started for the Vandals in the PCC alongside future pros Jerry Kramer, Wayne Walker, and Jim Norton ... Prestel was a two-sport athlete for the Vandals, where he also lettered in basketball as a 6'5" center for head coach Harlan Hodges, and made honorable mention in the PCC ...

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