Polley and his Denton teammates will be tested the next two weeks with road games at Timber and Ryan, two other teams that have gotten out to an undefeated start.
"There is always stuff we need to improve on but I love the way we're coming along as a team," Polley said. "It is always a good thing whenever you can come back every week and get better. We can play a lot better. Our ceiling is a lot higher than it was last year.
"I really just want to play at maximum capacity, get all we can out of this team. This is the last time I'll ever be together with these guys and I want to make the best of it."
Polley said every phase of his game has improved since the end of his junior campaign, and he feels his pass blocking has improved substantially.
"I am also a lot better at keeping my composure," he said. "It wasn't an aggression thing, it was more of a keeping my technique in crucial situations thing."
Polley committed to the Buffaloes on July 11 over 24 other FBS programs, but that has not kept other schools from continuing to pursue him. UCLA extended an offer to Polley earlier this month, and TCU and Cal have been keeping in touch.
"It is really up-in-the-air right now," Polley said when asked if he plans to visit some other colleges. "I still have to decide what is best. I may take two or three [official visits]. It really just depends how things go here in the next couple weeks. Right now Colorado is my dream school, though.
"Colorado has everything that I need. It has a great coaching staff, a great 2017 class, a great history, a crazy fan base, and it is up-and-coming. And the location, you have a top city right there in Denver, you have beautiful mountains right there, and great weather, too. Personally I just don't like to leave any stones unturned. It would take something to go wrong for me not to end up at Colorado."
Below are two clips of Polley from Denton's most recent win over The Colony:
Miller continues to go both ways for Denton. He had two first-down grabs and multiple tackles in Denton's win over The Colony:
Murrieta Valley dropped to 2-1 after a heartbreaking one-point home loss to Grandview, which traveled out from Aurora. Bell had a big game in defeat, though:
Cherry Creek bounced back from its season-opening loss at Regis with a 27-13 victory at Doherty. While the Spartans ran away from Van Diest for much of the night, he managed to record three tackles.
Lytle threw for more than 300 yards and had a rushing touchdown but Servite lost to De La Salle by one point, 28-27, dropping the Friars' season record to 2-2.
Manning the right tackle spot, Sherman helped Allen score 42 points as the Eagles enjoyed a blowout victory at Coppell to improve to 3-0. Allen is currently ranked No. 2 in Texas and No. 20 nationally by MaxPreps. Four clips of Sherman in action against Coppell:
Shenault had six receptions for 87 yards and two touchdowns as DeSoto beat Midland, 49-43, to improve to 3-0. Shenault is averaging more than 20 yards per catch early on during his senior campaign. Clips of Shenault in action against Midland:
Wells was sidelined with a mild ankle sprain last week. In his absence, South Sumter defeated Hernando, 47-28, to improve to 2-0. Wells will be back in action this week as the Raiders are set to host Umatilla.
Sparaco registered three tackles as IMG Academy breezed to a 49-7 win over Washington, improving the Ascenders' record to 3-0. A clip of Sparaco from last weekend's game:
Landman caught two passes on offense, including an impressive 35-yard touchdown, and had two tackles for a loss on defense as Monte Vista defeated Foothill, 35-16. The Mustangs outscored their first two opponents 84-23. Clips of Landman in action against Foothill:
La Mirada suffered its second straight shutout defeat, this time losing to Mater Dei, 48-0. Newman had five tackles, including one for a loss, in the game.
Antelope Valley bounced back from its season opening loss with a 27-21 victory over West Ranch. Osling threw for three touchdowns and accounted for 217 total yards, and also recorded four tackles. Clips of him from the game below:
Marin Catholic suffered its second defeat of the season with a 31-28 defeat to St. Ignatius last Saturday. Olver had a good game in the loss with five tackles for a loss. Clips of him in action:
Fontenot helped George Ranch to a 17-14 win over Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, a Mexican high school.
Lewis made plays on both sides of the ball as Granite Bay notched its first victory with a 27-14 win at Oak Grove. Clips of Lewis in action against Oak Grove:
ThunderRidge suffered its second straight loss to begin the season, as Eaglecrest edged the Grizzlies, 12-8.
Hamilton had his second straight two-sack performance as ASA College evened its record to 1-1 with a 55-7 victory over Wagner JV last weekend.
Jackson is out for the 2016 season with a torn ACL. In his absence, his Cedar Hill teammates defeated Horn, 59-21, to improve to 3-0.