2016 Preseason West Region Top 10

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St. John Bosco (California), the nation’s preseason #1 team, starts the season as the top team in the preseason High School Football America West Region Top 10.  California teams dominate the preseason rankings with seven teams — Mater Dei at #2, Corona Centennial at #3, De La Salle at #4, Folsom at #6, Chaminade at #7 and Del Oro at #8.

Arizona’s top team is Desert Ridge, which is coming-off a runner-up finish in Division I in 2015.  Mountain Pointe checks-in at #9.

Oregon’s West Linn is ranked #10.

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2016 Preseason West Region Top 10

#1 St. John Bosco (California)

#2 Mater Dei (California)

#3 Corona Centennial (California)

#4 De La Salle (California)

#5 Desert Ridge (Arizona)

#6 Folsom (California)

#7 Chaminade (California)

#8 Del Oro (California)

#9 Mountain Pointe (Arizona)

#10 West Linn (Oregon)

For those of you unfamiliar with our rankings, this is the fourth straight year that High School Football America will be using its proprietary algorithm to rank teams nationally, regionally and locally.  What that means is, our computer does all the work, there’s no opinion involved.  Over the past three seasons, our preseason poll included some opinion, but this year marks the first time that our algorithm is completely in-charge of determining our “mythical” national champ from start to finish.

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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.