How The Future Cowboys Did This Week

Back by popular demand is GoPokes.com's weekly tracking of the 11 high school football players who have verbally committed to sign with Oklahoma State next February. Here are the results from the first week of the high school season. (Note: You may have to register to read some of the links below.)

KENNY ALEXANDER, LB (6-1, 210)
McKinney (Texas) North
Alexander and his McKinney North teammates opened the season with an easy 44-3 victory over Carrollton Turner on Thursday night. Next: Thurs., Sept. 7, vs. Denton.
Dallas Morning News: McKinney North routs Carrollton Turner

JAMIE BLATNICK, DE (6-3, 250)
Celina (Texas) High
Blatnick and the defending Class 3A Division II champions started slowing before building a 28-7 halftime lead en route to the season-opening victory Friday night. Next: Fri., Sept. 8, at Argyle Liberty Christian.
Dallas Morning News: Celina 42, Robinson 14

DAMIAN DAVIS, WR (6-5, 190)
Mart (Texas) High
The 6-foot-5 Davis caught five passes for 81 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown pass in which he outjumped the smaller cornerback, as the eighth-ranked Class 2A Mart Panthers rallied from a 13-0 halftime deficit for the 19-13 victory over Chilton on Friday night.. Next: Fri., Sept. 8, vs. Lexington.
Waco Tribune: Mart rallies to beat Chilton

JASON HANNAN, OL (6-4, 280)
Waxahachie (Texas) High
Hannan and his Waxahachie teammates knew it was going to be tough going up against Class 4A's No. 1 ranked Highland Park in the season opener, and it was as Highland Park won 59-23 in the Tom Landry Classic on Saturday played at SMU's Gerald J. Ford Stadium. Next: Fri., Sept. 8, at Denison.
Dallas Morning News: HP relies on its Tom Landry Classic star

TYRELL HIGGINS, DT (6-3, 260)
Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Higgins and his Clemens High teammates rolled to a 42-7 halftime lead and coasted in the second half en route to a 48-10 season-opening victory over Roosevelt on Thursday night. Next: Fri., Sept. 8, at Wagner.

AHMAD JONES, OL/DT (6-3, 310)
Silsbee (Texas) High
Jones and his Silsbee High Tiger teammates do not open the season until this Friday (Sept. 8) when they take on Houston Sterling.

ISAAC MADISON, CB (5-10, 175)
Dallas (Texas) Carter
Madison and his Carter Cowboy teammates won their fifth consecutive Oak Cliff Super Bowl on friday night by hanging on to defeat Dallas Kimball 22-20 in front of 20,000 Friday night. Next: Friday, Sept. 8, vs. Tyler John Tyler.
Dallas Morning News: Carter sweats out cliff-hanger

NICK MARTINEZ, OL/DL (6-4, 291)
Floresville (Texas) High
Martinez and his Floresville Tiger teammates came up short 20-18 to San Antonio Fox Tech in the season opener Friday night. Next: Friday, Sept. 8, vs. Sam Houston.
San Antonio Express-News: Fox Tech 20, Floresville 18

QUINTON PRINCE, DT (6-4, 296)
Oklahoma City (Okla.) Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall defeated rival Casady 14-7 on Thursday night to open the season. Next: Friday, Sept. 8, at Seaworth.

MARCUS RICHARDSON, LB (6-0, 215)
Seguin (Texas) High
Richardson certainly did his part – registering an incredible 27 tackles – but it wasn't enough as the sixth-ranked Class 5A Seguin Matadors fell to the fourth-ranked San Antonio Madison Mavericks 32-11 on Thursday in the Alamodome in the opening game of the Texas Football Classic. Next: Friday, Sept. 8, vs. New Braunfels.
San Antonio Express-News: Madison grinds out victory over Seguin

JONATHAN RUSH, OL (6-4, 271)
Killeen (Texas) High
Rush and his Killeen teammates must regroup after losing 36-7 to crosstown rival Ellison on Friday night in the season opener. Next: Friday, Sept. 8, vs. Shoemaker.
Waco Tribune: Ellison 36, Killeen 7

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