Future Cowboys: How'd They Do This Week?

Chris Lacy of DeSoto High School

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.

Gyasi Akem, LB (6-1, 220)
Broken Arrow High School (Broken Arrow, Okla.)
This week's game: Akem and the Broken Arrow defense did the job Friday night as Broken Arrow opened the season with a 37-16 victory over Owasso.

Tiger defense thwarts Owasso in 37-16 victory: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Bentonville, Ark.
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JORDAN BRAILFORD, DE (6-3, 210)
Booker T. Washington High School (Tulsa, Okla.)
This week's game: A field goal with eight seconds left in the game spoiled the season opener for Brailford and his Booker T. Washington teammates as Oklahoma City Douglass won 24-21.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at McAlester.
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KEENEN BROWN, WR (6-3, 185)
Alief Taylor High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game:Brown caught four passes for 24 yards and that was one of the few highlights for Alief Taylor in Thursday night's nationally televised 49-0 loss to the defending Class 5A Division II state champion Katy Tigers. The game was shown on ESPNU.

Behind backup QB, Katy rolls past Alief Taylor: Houston Chronicle

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Fort Bend Hightower.
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LEMAEFE GALEA'I, OL (6-5, 327)
Trinity High School (Euless, Texas)
This week's game: Euless Trinity suffered a season-opening 27-23 loss to Jenks on Saturday night.

Jenks holds off Euless Trinity: Tulsa World

Next scheduled game: Saturday, Sept. 14, at DeSoto.
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CHRIS HARDEMAN, CB (5-9, 178)
Alief Taylor High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game:Alief Taylor became the 40th consecutive regular season victim as the defending Class 5A Division II state champion Katy Tigers rolled to a 49-0 win on Thursday night in a game televised nationally on ESPNU.

Behind backup QB, Katy rolls past Alief Taylor: Houston Chronicle

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Fort Bend Hightower.
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DYLAN HARDING, DB (6-2, 190)
Jenks High School (Jenks, Okla.)
This week's game: Harding played on both sides of the ball as Jenks traveled to Texas for Saturday's season opener against Euless Trinity. On offense, he caught three passes for 48 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown in the second quarter, to help Jenks capture a 27-23 victory over Euless Trinity and future OSU teammate Lemaefe Galea'i.

Jenks holds off Euless Trinity: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, vs. Tulsa Union (at Chapman Stadium).
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CHRIS LACY, WR (6-3, 185)
DeSoto High School (DeSoto, Texas)
This week's game: Lacy caught a pair of passes for 28 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, as DeSoto defeated Tulsa Union 44-20 on Saturday afternoon.

Dominant defensive performance in second half helps DeSoto top Tulsa Union: Dallas Morning News

Union falls to Texas powerhouse DeSoto, 44-20: Tulsa World

Next game: Saturday, Sept. 14, vs. Euless Trinity.
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JEREMIAH LEDBETTER, DT (6-3, 272)
Hutchinson Community College (Hutchinson, Kan.)
This week's game: Ledbetter and the 13th-ranked Hutchinson Blue Dragons won their home opener Saturday by the score of 34-24 over 12th-ranked Garden City.

Union falls to Texas powerhouse DeSoto, 44-20: Hutchinson News

Next game: Saturday, Sept. 14, at Dodge City.
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JOSH MABIN, LB (6-2, 220)
Klein Oak High School (Spring, Texas)
This week's game:The Klein Oak Panthers fell behind 17-7 in the first quarter and never recovered as Houston Cypress Creek rolled to a 51-19 victory on Thursday night.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, vs Kingwood.
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MATTHEW MUCHA, OT (6-6,255)
Clear Lake High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game: Houston Clear Lake averaged nearly 7 yards per rushing attempt and scored 19 points to open the game en route to a 32-21 victory over Pasadena Memorial on Thursday night.

Next game: Thursday, Sept. 12, vs. Baytown Sterling.
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JUWAN OFFRAY, CB (5-11, 170)
Edna Karr High School (New Orleans, La.)
This week's game: Offray and Edna Karr opened the season Friday night with a 34-12 victory over St. Paul.

Karr defeats St. Paul's in season opener: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at St. Augustine.
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JUSTIN PHILLIPS, LB (5-11, 190)
Pearland School (Pearland, Texas)
This week's game: For the second consecutive week, Phillips and the Pearland defense was outstanding. In Friday night's 49-0 victory over Fort Bend Kempner, the Pearland defense allowed just 34 total yards and three first downs while forcing four turnovers. This a week after limiting Houston Madison to just 81 total yards and six first downs while forcing five turnovers.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Spring Branch Memorial.
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RAMON RICHARDS, Ath. (6-1, 190)
Brackenridge High School (San Antonio, Texas)
This week's game: Richards did a little bit of everything Friday night but it wasn't enough as Floresville scored a late touchdown to capture a 26-21 victory over Brackenridge. Richards, who plays quarterback, accounted for all three of the Eagles touchdowns while rushing for 132 yards on 14 carries and passing for 144 yards. He scored on runs of 4, 3 and 22 yards.

Brackenridge's Richards has big night, but Floresville pulls out victory: San Antonio Express-News

Next game: Saturday, Sept. 14, vs. Victoria East.
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TREY ROBERTS, Ath. (6-1, 190)
Eisenhower High School (Houston, Texas)
This week's game: Roberts scored both of Eisenhower's touchdowns in Friday night's 35-12 loss to Klein Collins. In addition to scoring on runs of 1 and 3 yards, Roberts did a little bit of everything – completing 1 of 5 passes for 9 yards, rushing for 41 yards on eight carries, and catching two passes for 29 yards.

Next game: Thursday, Sept. 12, at Fort Bend Bush.
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MASON RUDOLPH, QB (6-4, 220)
Northwestern High School (Rock Hill, S.C.)
This week's game: Rudolph completed 17-of-23 passes for 274 yards and five touchdowns as Northwestern rolled to a 65-7 victory over South Aiken on Friday night. Rudolph threw three touchdowns passes to Dupree Hart – all in the second quarter – and connected on scoring tosses with Quadarius Fair and Mustafia Love before being pulled from the game in the third quarter.

Trojans trample Thoroughbreds, 65-7: Rock Hill Herald

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, vs. Byrnes.
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ZACH SINOR, P (6-0, 190)
Medina Valley High School (Castroville, Texas)
This week's game: Sinor averaged 43.2 yards on five punts in Medina Valley's 23-20 victory over Boerne.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Hondo.
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DEVON THOMAS, RB (5-10, 190)
Broken Arrow High School (Broken Arrow, Okla.)
This week's game: Thomas became Broken Arrow High School's career rushing leader Friday night as he carried 25 times for 175 yards and a touchdown to help the Tigers to a 37-16 season-opening victory over Owasso. Thomas needed just 34 yards to bypass Cameron Wren and broke the record midway through the second quarter. He now has 2,660 rushing yards in his career.

BA's Thomas sets career rushing mark: GoPokes.com
Broken Arrow's Key, Thomas shine on offense: Tulsa World

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Bentonville, Ark.
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COLE WALTERSCHEID, DE (6-6, 205)
Muenster High School (Muenster, Texas)
This week's game: The Muenster Hornets defeated Nocona 31-12 on Friday night to improve to 2-0 on the season.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Valley View.
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JAMES WASHINGTON, WR (6-0, 193)
Stamford High School (Stamford, Texas)
This week's game: Washington caught four passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns in Friday night's 61-0 victory over Munday for the defending Texas Class 1A Division I champions. In two games this season, the standout wide receiver has 14 catches for 309 yards and five touchdowns, and also has a rushing TD.

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at Merkel.
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JOYAN WILLIAMS, DT (6-3, 255)
Edna Karr High School (New Orleans, La.)
This week's game: Williams and Edna Karr opened the season Friday night with a 34-12 victory over St. Paul.

Karr defeats St. Paul's in season opener: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Next game: Friday, Sept. 13, at St. Augustine.

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