This isn’t the Lone Star State anymore. With Austin X Games in full swing, some of the brightest rising stars in action sports are coming together to stand out as individuals while also setting the tone for a whole new generation of young athletes.

The bunch is arguably led by Tom Schaar, 16, who was the first to land a 1080 (three full rotations) on a skateboard. He has been strutting his stuff in Skateboard Big Air and Skateboard Park, with a gold, silver and three bronze X Games medals to his name, the first of which he won at 14 years young.

Here are a few more must-watch young masters in Austin and on the rest of the summer circuit.

Jagger Eaton, 15

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Jagger Eaton competing in round one of Skateboard Big Air during X Games Austin 2014. Photo: Courtesy of Peter Morning/ESPN Images

Discipline: Skateboard Street

X File: X Games Austin 2016 Skateboard Amateurs bronze medalist, Eaton already boasts five X Games appearances, where he has competed with the pros in Skateboard Big Air since 2012.

“I can’t believe I’ve been competing at the X Games for 4 years now,” Jagger told GrindTV. “I’ve done Big Air for two years, Street for two years and it never gets old. I enjoy this event every time I come and I’m so thankful that they keep inviting me because I never want to stop coming!”

Details: Beating Nyjah Huston’s record for being the youngest-ever X Games participant, Eaton started everything early, taking lessons at age four from dad Geoff, who is the founder of the skateboarding school Kids That Rip.

Poppy Starr Olsen, 16

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Poppy Starr Olsen competing in Skateboard Park Women’s during X Games Austin 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Kaitlyn Egan/ESPN Images

Discipline: Skateboard Park

X File: She’s the first Australian female to be invited to the summer X Games. Already a top skater Down Under, she just won the Vans Girls Combi Pool Classic.

Her favorite thing about X Games Austin? “The athlete lounge and all the free stuff!” she says.

Details: Her jewelry and card designs helped fund her early career and competition fees, and she did a TED talk at age 14.

Pamela Rosa, 16

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Pamela Rosa during practice for Skateboard Street Women’s at X Games Austin 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Eric Lars Bakke/ESPN Images

Discipline: Skateboard Street

X File: Won gold at X Games Oslo in 2016, and has two silver medals from the last two X Games Austin events.

Details: Mom came all the way from Brazil to watch Rosa, who balances skating and studying at school in Sao Paulo.

Trey Wood, 15

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Trey Wood competing in Toyota Skateboard Park Men’s during X Games Austin 2016. Photo: Courtesy of Eddie Perlas/ESPN Images

Discipline: Skateboard Big Air

X File: Three X Games appearances, and finished 5th at age 13.

Woods says his favorite thing about this year’s X Games Austin is "seeing all the new tricks everyone is bringing and seeing the stuff I ride in a cool location.” Oh, and food. “I’m also always stoked for any of the BBQ spots in Austin — they’re ALL good.”

Details: Grew up in the tiny town of Queen Creek, Arizona. He’s a whole new man: Wood grew four inches and gained 35 pounds last year.

Brighton Zeuner, 11

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Small but mighty, Brighton Zeuner competes this weekend in the X Games women’s street skate competition in Austin. Photo: Courtesy of Brian Shamanski

Disciplines: Skateboard Street

X File: She’s the youngest female athlete to be invited to the X Games. Watch her in action Saturday!

Details: She’s not even five feet tall.

Catch the X Games Austin action all weekend long on ESPN and ABC. Go to XGames.com for more information.

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