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Rod Fisher - OU

Michael Pooschke - Kansas State
(Current Macarthur Offensive Coordinator)

Jamal Brown - OU, New Orleans Saints, Washington Redskins

Jermelle Kudjo - UCO, St Lois Rams, Kansas City Chiefs

Javon Harris - OU

Brett Manning - UCO
(Current Head Coach Lawton Macarthur)

Stetson Burnett - Tulsa, Kansas City Chiefs

Daniel Schwarz - OU
The MacArthur Highlander football program is proud of all of its past, as well as the present, players, many who have gone on to become highly successful men after graduation. Art Mata, who quarterbacked the Highlanders from 1969-1972 is now a prominent attorney in Lawton, and Bill Whitehill, a punter from 1975-77 is a highly successful corporate attorney in Oklahoma City. One of MAC's best placekickers, Jacob Branstetter, went on to kick at the University of Kansas and is now coaching in Texas. Defensive back Bryan Vardeman attended Oklahoma State University, played football, and is also now coaching in Texas. A 2002-04 member of the Highlanders, Jermelle Cudjo, played his college ball at the University of Central Oklahoma and is presently a member of the Oakland Raiders after a short stint with the St. Louis Rams. Another graduate who made a name for himself at the University of Central Oklahoma is present head football coach Brett Manning, a Highlander for the 1993-95 seasons. MacArthur's first professional football player was Vaughn Lusby who haunted opposing defenses for the 1971-73 seasons and went on to play briefly with the Chicago Bears. Others have also played at the D-1 level, Rod Fisher at the University of Oklahoma and Curtis Boone at Oklahoma State University. Perhaps the most notable of MAC's D-1 players is Jammal Brown, the mammoth offensive tackle who played at the University of Oklahoma where he earned All-American honors, All-Big XII recognition, and won the Outland Trophy as the nation's top offensive lineman his senior season. Jammal played in the NFL with New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins.

The list of alums who have distinguished themselves upon leaving the Highlanders is far too long for each one to be listed. The qualities they possessed while they were playing for MacArthur are no doubt the same qualities that allowed them to become successful beyond their life on the gridiron. And the one common thread that will never be unwoven is Once a Highlander, Always a Highlander.