Future Cowboys In Week Seven

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 seventh week of the high school season.

McKinney (Texas) North
McKinney North, 6-0, scored on all six of its first half possessions en route to a 55-16 rout of Frisco Centennial on Friday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. McKinney Boyd.
Dallas Morning News: McKinney North 55, Frisco Centennial 16

Celina (Texas) High
Celina rolled to an easy 51-6 victory over neighboring rival Pilot Point on Friday night to improve to 6-0 on the season. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, at Van Alstyne.
Dallas Morning News: Celina flattens rival Pilot Point
Dallas Morning News: Celina lineman's plans include medicine, football

JOSH COOPER, WR-K (6-1, 170)
Mustang (Okla.) High
Cooper, who committed to the Cowboys last Monday (Oct. 9), gave the OSU coaching staff reason to believe they made a wise decision in offering him a scholarship as he scored four touchdowns (three receiving and a kickoff return) as Mustang defeated Norman North 35-28. Cooper accounted for 29 of the Broncos 35 points as he caught three TD passes, returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown in the game's final minute and kicked all five extra points. Next: Thursday, Oct. 19, at Putnam City West.

DAMIAN DAVIS, WR (6-5, 190)
Mart (Texas) High
Mart, ranked fourth in Class 2A, rolled to an easy 42-0 victory over Elkhart on Friday night to improve to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in District 22-2A. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. Riesel.
Waco Tribune-Herald: Mart 42, Elkhart 0

JASON HANNAN, OL (6-4, 280)
Waxahachie (Texas) High
Waxahachie, 4-2, had the week off to prepare for Friday's game against Lancaster. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. Lancaster.

Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Higgins and the Clemens defense was outstanding in holding Del Valle to 152 yards total offense and the Buffalo defense picked off four passes as Clemens defeated Del Valle 24-0 on Friday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. Lockhart.
San Antonio Express-News: Clemens 24, Del Valle 0

AHMAD JONES, OL/DT (6-3, 310)
Silsbee (Texas) High
Jones and the Tigers improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in district play with a 13-7 victory over Hamshire-Fannett on Friday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. West Orange-Stark.

Dallas (Texas) Lincoln
Lincoln had an easy time with North Dallas, 49-7, to improve to 4-2 overall and 3-0 in district play. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. Hillcrest.
Dallas Morning News: Lincoln 49, North Dallas 7

ISAAC MADISON, CB (5-10, 175)
Dallas (Texas) Carter
Carter, 4-2, was coming off a bye week but did not look rusty one bit as the Cowboys routed Bryan Adams 58-0 on Saturday. Next: Saturday, Oct. 21, vs. W.T. White.
Dallas Morning News: Carter 58, Bryan Adams 0

Floresville (Texas) High
Floresville lost a 14-13 decision to McCollum to fall to 3-3 on the season. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, at South San.

Oklahoma City (Okla.) Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall suffered its second consecutive loss with a 12-6 defeat at the hands of Oklahoma Christian School on Friday night. The Chargers are now 4-3 overall and 2-2 in district play. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. Wellston.
The Oklahoman: Oklahoma Christian 12, Heritage Hall 6

Seguin (Texas) High
Seguin rolled to an easy 27-7 victory over San Marcos to set up this Friday's showdown with Austin High. Seguin, 5-1 overall and 3-0 in district play, and Austin are the only unbeaten teams remaining in District 25-5A. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, at Austin High.
Seguin Gazette-Enterprise: Matadors defang Rattlers
San Antonio Express-News: Seguin 27, San Marcos 7

JONATHAN RUSH, OL (6-4, 271)
Killeen (Texas) High
Killeen saw its record drop to 3-3 with a 31-7 loss to Waco Midway on Thursday night. Next: Friday, Oct. 20, vs. Brownwood.
Waco Tribune-Herald: Midway's first-half feast foils ‘Roos, 31-7

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