The Other 25: Maryland’s Gilman knocking on Top 25 door

The Other 25

After several weeks of non-movement in The Other 25 — teams #26 through #50 — we get plenty of movement this week.

First, the upward movers…

Gilman from Maryland was the biggest mover with an eight position jump from #34 to #26.  The Greyhounds only loss was a one-point defeat to #17 St. Edward of Ohio.  Don Bosco Prep from New Jersey is right behind Gilman at #27 after a four position jump.

Related: High School Football America National Top 25

Two new teams that enter the rankings, which are based on our proprietary algorithm, are Elder from Ohio at #43 and West Monroe from Louisiana at #49

High School Football America National Rankings

#26 Gilman (Maryland) 5-1 LW: #34

#27 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) 3-1 LW: #31

#28 Byrnes (South Carolina) 5-1 LW: 25

#29 Mallard Creek (North Carolina) 6-1 LW: #26

#30 Bishop Amat (California) 5-1 LW: #29

#31 Chandler (Arizona) 6-1 LW: #31

#32 Eastside Catholic (Washington) 5-0 LW: #28

#33 Wayne (Ohio) 6-0 LW: #33

#34 Webb City (Missouri) 7-0 LW: #35

#35 Cibilo Steele (Texas) 6-0 LW: #36

#36 Maryville (Tennessee) 7-0 LW: #37

#37 Grayson (Georgia) 6-0 LW: #38

#38 Westlake (Texas) 5-0 LW: #41

#39 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana) 4-1 LW: #40

#40 Ocean Lakes (Virginia) 4-0 LW: #39

#41 Flanagan (Florida) 4-1 LW: #42

#42 McEachern (Georgia) 4-1 LW: #44

#43 Elder (Ohio) 5-1 LW: NR

#44 Loyola Academy (Illinois) LW: #47

#45 Jenks (Oklahoma) 4-0 LW: #46

#46 Westfield (Texas) 4-0 LW: #49

#47 Parkland (Pennsylvania) 5-0 LW: #45

#48 Cherry Creek (Colorado) 5-0 LW: #50

#49 West Monroe (Louisiana) 5-0 LW: NR

#50 St. Xavier (Ohio) 4-2  LW: #48

Dropping out: #30 Miami Central (Florida), #43 Skyline (Texas)

Jeff Fisher’s Editor’s Note: High School Football America’s national, regional, state and local rankings are calculated using our proprietary algorithm.

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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.

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