Future Cowboys: How'd They Do This Week?

Oklahoma State has 20 players who have given verbal commitments for the Class of 2014. GoPokes.com will follow these players each week throughout the 2013 football season. Here are the results and available statistics for this week's games. Quarterback Mason Rudolph of Rock Hill, S.C., and defensive back/wide receiver Dylan Harding of Jenks, Okla., were outstanding on Friday night.

GYASI AKEM, LB (6-1, 220)
Broken Arrow High School (Broken Arrow, Okla.)
This week's game: The Tigers improved to 2-0 with a 24-17 victory over Bentonville, Ark., on Friday night.

BA's Copelin hauls in late TD for win over Bentonville: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, vs. Tulsa Union.
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JORDAN BRAILFORD, DE (6-3, 210)
Booker T. Washington High School (Tulsa, Okla.)
This week's game: Brailford and his teammates rallied from a 28-point deficit for a 47-45 victory over Class 5A's second-ranked McAlester Buffaloes on Friday night.

Hornets' rally stuns No. 2 McAlester: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, vs. Tulsa East Central.
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KEENEN BROWN, WR (6-3, 185)
Alief Taylor High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game:Brown was his team's leading receiver with four catches for 54 yards, including a 6-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter, as Alief Taylor defeated Fort Bend Hightower 13-6 on Friday night.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Angleton.
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LEMAEFE GALEA'I, OL (6-5, 327)
Trinity High School (Euless, Texas)
This week's game: Euless Trinity suffered a 61-35 loss to DeSoto on Saturday.

Desmond White scores six first-half touchdowns as DeSoto soars past Trinity, 61-35: Dallas Morning News

Next scheduled game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Bentonville, Ark.
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CHRIS HARDEMAN, CB (5-9, 178)
Alief Taylor High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game:Alief Taylor improved to 2-1 on the season with Friday night's 13-6 victory over Fort Bend Hightower.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Angleton.
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DYLAN HARDING, DB (6-2, 190)
Jenks High School (Jenks, Okla.)
This week's game: Harding got the chance he wanted and took advantage of it as he caught a 76-yard touchdown pass with 25 seconds remaining to give No. 1-ranked Jenks a thrilling 20-16 victory over Tulsa Union on Friday night. Harding, who plays both ways for the Trojans, caught two passes for 113 yards and also was credited with six tackles on defense.
Late touchdown lifts Jenks past Union in Backyard Bowl: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, vs. Owasso.
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CHRIS LACY, WR (6-3, 185)
DeSoto High School (DeSoto, Texas)
This week's game: Lacy caught four passes for 71 yards as DeSoto scored eight touchdowns in the first half en route to an impressive 61-35 victory over Euless Trinity on Saturday.

Desmond White scores six first-half touchdowns as DeSoto soars past Trinity, 61-35: Dallas Morning News

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Cedar Hill.
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JEREMIAH LEDBETTER, DT (6-3, 272)
Hutchinson Community College (Hutchinson, Kan.)
This week's game: The 11th-ranked Hutchinson Blue Dragons turned the ball over four times and it proved to be costly in Saturday's 40-34 overtime loss to Dodge City (Kan.).

Turnovers cry havoc for HCC: Hutchinson News

Next game: Saturday, Sept. 28, vs. Highland.
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JOSH MABIN, LB (6-2, 220)
Klein Oak High School (Spring, Texas)
This week's game: Klein Oak came out on the short end of a 27-21 overtime loss to Humble Kingwood on Friday night.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Dekaney.
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MATTHEW MUCHA, OT (6-6,255)
Clear Lake High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game: Houston Clear Lake's offense rolled up 405 total yards and 25 first downs en route to Thursday night's 27-17 victory over Baytown Sterling.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Conroe.
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JUWAN OFFRAY, CB (5-11, 170)
Edna Karr High School (New Orleans, La.)
This week's game: Offray's fourth-quarter interception set up Edna Karr's go-ahead touchdown as the defending Class 4A state champions extended their winning streak to 16 games with a 33-24 victory over Class 5A's No. 2-ranked St. Augustine in front of a crowd of approximately 20,000 on Friday night.

Speedy Noil accounts for three TDs in fourth quarter, Karr beats St. Augustine: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Next game: Thursday, Sept. 26, vs. Curtis.
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JUSTIN PHILLIPS, LB (5-11, 190)
Pearland School (Pearland, Texas)
This week's game: Pearland allowed its first points of the season – a 47-yard field goal in the second quarter – but still rolled to a 42-3 victory over Houston Memorial to improve to 3-0. In three games, Pearland has allowed 16 first downs and 245 total yards.

Next game: Saturday, Sept. 28, at Pasadena.
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RAMON RICHARDS, Ath. (6-1, 190)
Brackenridge High School (San Antonio, Texas)
This week's game: Richards accounted for 340 total yards and four touchdowns Saturday but it wasn't enough as Victoria East rallied in the second half for a 42-35 victory over Brackenridge. Richards was 13 of 23 passing for 205 yards with three touchdowns and an interception. He also ran for a team-best 135 yards on 22 carries, including a 5-yard scoring run in the third quarter which tied the score 28-28.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, vs. Del Rio.
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TREY ROBERTS, Ath. (6-1, 190)
Eisenhower High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game: Roberts' numbers from Thursday night's 37-0 loss to Fort Bend Bush may not look impressive until one finds out that he accounted for 64 of Houston Eisenhower's 91 total yards. Roberts threw for 12 yards (on 2 of 4 passing), rushed for 32 yards on eight carries, and caught two passes for 20 yards.

Next game: Saturday, Sept. 21, at League City Clear Springs.
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MASON RUDOLPH, QB (6-4, 220)
Northwestern High School (Rock Hill, S.C.)
This week's game: Rudolph threw for five touchdowns passes (he now has 17 scoring tosses in four games), including the game winner in overtime as Northwestern defeated Byrnes 42-35 on Friday night. Rudolph was 25 of 38 passing for 198 yards and the five TDs, and also added a 6-yard scoring run as the Trojans beat Byrnes, which has won eight of the last 11 South Carolina Class 4A state championships, for the first time in 13 years. Rudolph also rushed for 70 yards on 16 carries.

Trojans beat Byrnes in overtime: Rock Hill Herald

Next game: Friday, Sept. 27, vs. Lancaster.
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ZACH SINOR, P (6-0, 190)
Medina Valley High School (Castroville, Texas)
This week's game: Sinor punted four times for 92 yards in Medina Valley's 21-14 victory over Hondo.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 27, vs. Harlandale.
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DEVON THOMAS, RB (5-10, 190)
Broken Arrow High School (Broken Arrow, Okla.)
This week's game: Thomas only played four plays before leaving the game with an undisclosed injury, and had just one carry for 3 yards and caught a screen pass for minus-3 yards. Broken Arrow head coach Steve Spavital said Thomas suffered an ankle injury but it should not sideline him for Friday's game against Tulsa Union, according to Sunday's Tulsa World.
BA's Copelin hauls in late TD for win over Bentonville: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, vs. Tulsa Union.
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COLE WALTERSCHEID, DE (6-6, 205)
Muenster High School (Muenster, Texas)
This week's game: The Muenster Hornets tied Valley View 23-23 on Friday night.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, vs. Lindsay.
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JAMES WASHINGTON, WR (6-0, 193)
Stamford High School (Stamford, Texas)
This week's game: Washington's statistics were not available from Stamford's 34-20 victory over Merkel on Friday night.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 20, at Colorado City.
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JOYAN WILLIAMS, DT (6-3, 255)
Edna Karr High School (New Orleans, La.)
This week's game: Edna Karr's defense made several key stops allowing the offense to score three touchdowns in the final seven minutes as the defending Class 4A state champions extended their winning streak to 16 games with a 33-24 victory over Class 5A's No. 2-ranked St. Augustine in front of a crowd of approximately 20,000 on Friday night.

Speedy Noil accounts for three TDs in fourth quarter, Karr beats St. Augustine: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Next game: Thursday, Sept. 26, vs. Curtis.

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