High School Football America Georgia Top 10 – Week 4

Georgia Top 10

The Archer Tigers continue to climb the ladder in the latest High School Football America Georgia Top 10 that is created with our proprietary algorithm.  Archer beat former No. 7 Mill Creek 16-13 to move-up one spot to No. 7 this week.

Grayson strengthened its grip on the No. 1 spot.  The Rams, who have won 17 straight have now beaten Hoover (Alabama), ranked No. 8 in the nation at the time of the game, and John Curtis (Louisiana), ranked No. 12 at game time.

Related: Current Top 100

The big one this week in the Top 10 will be an interstate battle between No. 4 Buford and three-time South Carolina state champ South Pointe, which is currently ranked No. 10 in the latest High School Football America Top 100 national rankings.  Buford is currently ranked No. 67 in the nation.

High School Football America Georgia Top 10

No. 1 Grayson (3-0), LW: #1

No. 2 Colquitt County (4-0), LW: #2

No. 3 Cartersville (4-0), LW: #3

No. 4 Buford (2-0), LW: #4

No. 5 Lowndes (3-0), LW: #5

No. 6 Rome (3-0), LW: #6

No. 7 Archer (3-0), LW: #7

No. 8 Tift County (4-0), LW: #10

No. 9 Walton (3-0), LW: #9

No. 10 Mill Creek (3-1), LW: #7

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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Jeff Fisher
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