Future Cowboys In Week Five

Each week throughout the season GoPokes.com is tracking the progress of the 12 high school football players who have verbally committed to sign with Oklahoma State next February. Here are the results from the fifth week of the high school season.

KENNY ALEXANDER, LB (6-1, 210)
McKinney (Texas) North
McKinney North improved to 4-0 – its best start in school history – with a 42-0 victory over The Colony on Thursday night. Alexander and the Bulldog defense only allowed 145 total yards. Next: Friday, Oct. 6, vs. McKinney.
Dallas Morning News: McKinney North keeps its unbeaten record, focus

JAMIE BLATNICK, DE (6-3, 250)
Celina (Texas) High
Celina's defense was dominant with seven interceptions as the fifth-ranked team in Class 3A (Associated Press poll) defeated Princeton 59-0 to improve to 4-0 on the season. Next: Friday, Oct. 6, vs. Frisco Wakefield.
Dallas Morning News: Celina 59, Princeton 0

DAMIAN DAVIS, WR (6-5, 190)
Mart (Texas) High
Davis caught three touchdown passes – of 41, 27 and 61 yards – and finished with 133 receiving yards as Mart rolled to an easy 54-0 win over Centerville on Friday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 6, vs. Leon.
Waco Tribune-Herald: Mart 54, Centerville 0

JASON HANNAN, OL (6-4, 280)
Waxahachie (Texas) High
Waxahachie won its District 15-4A opener by defeating Corsicana 41-31 on Friday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 6, at Red Oak.
Dallas Morning News: waxahachie 41, Corsicana 31

TYRELL HIGGINS, DT (6-3, 260)
Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Higgins, who had a one-handed interception, and the Clemens defense was outstanding in forcing five turnovers as the Buffaloes won 17-7 over News Braunfels on Friday. Next: Fri., Oct. 6, vs. Steele.
San Antonio Express-News: Clemens flexes its musciel against New Braunfels

AHMAD JONES, OL/DT (6-3, 310)
Silsbee (Texas) High
Silsbee followed up last week's upset of top-ranked Class 2A Newton with a 35-27 victory over Orangefield to improve its record to 3-1. Next: Fri., Oct. 6, vs. Bridge City.

RICHETTI JONES, DE (6-3, 240)
Dallas (Texas) Lincoln
Lincoln evened its record at 2-2 with a 22-15 victory over Fort Worth Dun bar on Thursday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 6, vs. Spruce (at Forester Stadium).
Dallas Morning News: Lincoln 22, Fort Worth Dunbar 15

ISAAC MADISON, CB (5-10, 175)
Dallas (Texas) Carter
Carter, now 3-2, led 21-16 at halftime but couldn't hang on as Longview rallied for a 29-21 win on Friday night. Next: Saturday, Oct. 14, vs. Bryan Adams.
Dallas Morning News: Longview 29, Carter 21

NICK MARTINEZ, OL/DL (6-4, 291)
Floresville (Texas) High
Floresville used a 1-yard run in the fourth overtime to cap its 35-29 victory over Pleasanton. Floresville improved to 2-3 on the season with the victory. Next: Friday, Oct. 13, at McCollum.

QUINTON PRINCE, DT (6-4, 296)
Oklahoma City (Okla.) Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall improved to 4-1 with Friday night's 37-14 victory over St. Mary's to set up this Thursday's showdown with Millwood and Gerald Jones. Next: Thursday, Oct. 5, vs. Millwood.

MARCUS RICHARDSON, LB (6-0, 215)
Seguin (Texas) High
Richardson recovered a fourth quarter fumble to put the finishing touches on Friday night's 27-14 victory over Bastrop. The Matadors have won three in a row after a season-opening loss, and has outscored its opponents 82-34 in those games. Next: Friday, Oct. 6, vs. Austin Akins.
Seguin Gazette-Enterprise: Seguin runs past Bastrop
San Antonio Express-News: Seguin 27, Bastrop 14

JONATHAN RUSH, OL (6-4, 271)
Killeen (Texas) High
Killeen used a 97-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and went on to capture a 24-14 victory over Boerne on Friday night. Next: Thursday, Oct. 12, vs. Waco Midway.
San Antonio Express-News: Killeen 24, Boerne 14
Killeen Daily Herald: Roos outrun Greyhounds, 24-14, in final non-district tune-up

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