High School Football America’s 2014 Public Schools Top 25 – Final

Last Sunday we released our final national Top 25, which featured 18 public schools, including #1 ranked Allen, which won its third straight High School Football America national championship.  The first one the Eagles won in 2012 was shared with Louisiana’s John Curtis with our opinion poll, but the last two years (2013 & 2014), the Eagles crown was determined by our proprietary algorithm that evaluates a team’s performance in ten specific areas.

Over the next two days, we’ll unveil our top public and private schools for the 2014 season using the same algorithm.

The Non-Public Schools Top 25 will be released on Tuesday.

High School Football America Public Schools Top 25

1. Allen (Texas) 16-0

2. Colquitt County (Georgia) 15-0

3. Folsom (California) 16-0

4. Booker T. Washington (Florida) 15-0

5. Miami Central (Florida) 15-1

6. South Panola (Mississippi) 15-0

7. Buford Wolves (Georgia) 15-0

8. Cedar Hill (Texas) 14-2

9. Corona Centennial (California) 13-3

10. Skyline (Texas) 14-1

11. Clay-Chalkville (Alabama) 15-0

12. Maryville (Tennessee) 15-0

13. Hoover (Alabama) 13-2

14. Starkville (Mississippi) 13-1

15. Southlake Carroll (Texas) 13-1

16. Euless Trinity (Texas) 12-2

17. Ben Davis (Indiana) 12-2

18. DeSoto (Texas) 10-2

19. Bingham (Utah) 13-2

20. Stevenson (Illinois) 14-0

21. Webb City (Missouri) 15-0

22. Chandler (Arizona) 13-1

23. Hudson (Ohio) 13-1

24. Mainland (Florida) 13-1

25. Mallard Creek (North Carolina) 14-1

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Jeff Fisher
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.