Changes in the latest High School Football America Top 25 Media Poll

Top 25

There are four new teams in the latest High School Football America Top 25 Media Poll that includes the USA TODAY Super 25MaxPreps’ Xcellent 25 and PrepNation’s National Prep Poll.  Our media poll awards points to a team on the basis of its ranking in each poll.  For example, the #1 team receives 25 points, the #2 team receives 24 points and so forth.

Newcomers this week are: Lake Travis (Texas) in a tie at #20 with Saguaro (Arizona); Loyola Academy (Illinois) and Rancho Cucamonga (California) enter tied for #22; and Center Grove (Indiana) at #25.

Grayson (Georgia) breaks into the Top 10 at #9, moving-up two spots from last week.  Also inching-up this week are Corona Centennial (California) at #6 and DeSoto (Texas) at #7.  Both move-up one spot.

Roswell (California) dropped four spots to #10.

Team

HSFA

USAT

MP

PN

Pts.

1. Bishop Gorman (NV)

1

1

1

1

100

2. IMG Academy (FL)

2

3

2

2

95

3. Mater Dei (CA)

3

2

3

3

93

4. DeMatha (MD)    

4

6

5

5

84

5. Allen (TX)

5

8

7

4

80

6. Corona Centennial (CA)

7

7

12

8

70

7. DeSoto (TX)

17

4

4

10

69

8. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL)

8

9

9

13

64

9. Grayson (GA)

6

19

6

9

63

10 Roswell (GA)

10

16

10

6

62

11. St. John Bosco (CA)

11

11

11

7

59

12. McGill-Toolen (AL)

9

5

16

16

57

13. Mountain Pointe (AZ)

NR

10

8

11

49

14. St. Joseph’s Prep (PA)

15

13

20

12

43

15. American Heritage (Plantation, FL)

14

23

13

14

40

16. (tied) Cass Tech (MI)

18

17

15

17

39

16. (tied) Trinity (KY)

13

15

18

19

39

18. (tied) Bingham (UT)

NR

14

17

15

32

18. (tied) Mill Creek (GA)

12

12

23

24

32

20. (tied) Saguaro (AZ)

NR

NR

14

23

15

20. (tied) Lake Travis (TX)

16

NR

21

NR

15

22. (tied) Loyola Academy (IL)

19

20

  

13

22. (tied) Rancho Cucamonga (CA)

NR

NR

19

20

13

24. East (UT)

NR

NR

22

18

12

25. Center Grove (IN)

21

25

24

22

11

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