Final 2013 High School Football America Top 25

It’s official – the Allen Eagles not only won their second straight Texas 5A Division I title yesterday with an easy victory over Pearland, but today it can lay claim to our mythical national championship.  The Eagles ran the table to finish the season where they began it – atop our Power Rankings.

It’s the second straight year that Allen finished at the top of our poll. Last year, the Eagles shared the crown with John Curtis (Louisiana).

This year it looked liked the crown would be split again with Allen, #2 St. John Bosco (California) and #3 Booker T. Washington finishing within a whisker of each other in our rankings that are based on a formula – not on opinion.  There are 12 factors that go into our rankings.

How close were the top three teams?  Check-out the table below that looks at several of our formula factors:

Opp. Overall Win Pct. Opp. Playoff Win Pct.  Margin of Victory Win vs. State Champs Wins vs. Opp. with 10+ victories Wins vs. Opp. with sub .500 record
Allen 70% 80% 31.8 1 6 3
St. John Bosco 70% 77% 30.7 0 8 2
Booker T. Washington 64% 71% 31.5 3 6 3

1. (1) Allen (Texas)

Overall Record: 16-0

Rewind: began season #1

2. (8) St. John Bosco (California)

Overall Record: 16-0

Rewind: began season #9

3. (2) Booker T. Washington (Florida)

Overall: 14-0

Rewind: began season #6

4. (7) Miami Central (Florida)

Overall Record: 13-1

Rewind: began season #8

5. (5) DeSoto (Texas)

Overall: 14-1

Rewind: began season #20

6. (NR) Archbishop Moeller (Ohio)

Overall Record: 14-1

Rewind: began season unranked

7. (NR) Cedar Hill (Texas)

Overall Record: 14-2

Rewind: began season unranked

8. (11) Northwestern (South Carolina)

Overall Record: 15-0

Rewind: began season unranked

9. (6) De La Salle (California)

Overall Record: 14-1

Rewind: began season #2

10. (10) Hoover (Alabama)

Overall: 15-0

Rewind: began season #18

11. (9) St. Joseph Regional (New Jersey)

Overall Record: 10-1

Rewind: began seson unranked

12. (12) Bellevue (Washington)

Overall Record: 14-0

Rewind: began season #24

13. (19) Jenks (Oklahoma)

Overall: 14-0

Rewind: began season unranked

14. (18) Mountain Pointe (Arizona)

Overall: 14-0

Rewind: began season unranked

15. (17) Mallard Creek (North Carolina)

Overall Record: 16-0

Rewind: began season unranked

16. (NR) Dwyer (Florida)

Overall: 15-0

Rewind: began season unranked

17. (20) Brother Rice (Michigan)

Overall: 14-0

Rewind: began season unranked

18. (NR) Aledo (Texas)

Overall: 16-0

Rewind: began season unranked

19. (NR) Chaminade (California)

Overall: 14-2

Rewind: began season unranked

20. (NR) American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)

Overall: 14-0

Rewind: began season unranked

21. (NR) Blue Springs (Missouri)

Overall: 14-0

Rewind: began season unranked

22. (3) Katy (Texas)

Overall: 15-1

Rewind: began season #7

23. (NR) Bishop Gorman (Nevada)

Overall: 13-2

Rewind: began season #13

24. (NR) Norcross (Georgia)

Overall: 13-2

Rewind: began season #4
25. (NR) St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)

Overall: 12-3

Rewind: began season unranked

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Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.

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