Final 2014 Georgia High School Football Rankings

by Jeff Fisher

Colquitt County High School footballIt’s never a surprise which teams end-up #1 in the final Georgia high school football rankings – it’s the teams that win state titles. But, the Top 10 is a different story.  I can tell you this that AAAAAA champ Colquitt County and AAAA champ Buford will be in our final High School Football America Top 25 when we release the final national rankings next Sunday.

Colquitt County finished #8 in the regular season HSFA Top 25, while Buford was #14.

Last weekend’s championship was the second overall for Colquitt County, while Buford has now won ten since 2001.

Benedictine and Mount Paran Christian became first-time Georgia state champs this past weekend at the Georgia Dome.  Class AAAAAA champ Northside-Warner Robins won its third title in eight years, while Calhoun also won its third overall state championship by taking the Class AAA crown.  Hawkinsville won the Class A-Public title, its sixth overall and first since 2004.

Here are the final rankings for the 2014 season.

Class AAAAAA

1. Colquitt County (15-0)

2. Archer (11-4)

3. McEachern (10-4)

3. Dacula (10-2)

5. Milton (11-2)

6. Tucker (10-3)

7. Grayson (10-2)

8. Etowah (11-3)

9. Lee County (8-3)

10. Hillgrove (9-4)

Class AAAAA

1. Northside-Warner Robins (14-1)

2. Mays (12-3)

3. Allatoona (13-1)

4. Ware County (11-1)

5. Stockbridge (11-3)

6. Houston County (10-3)

7. Jones County (10-3)

8. Coffee (10-2)

9. Gainesville (10-3)

10. Glynn Academy (9-4)

Class AAAA

1. Buford (15-0)

2. St. Pius (12-3)

3. Cartersville (12-2)

4. Marist (11-2)

5. Woodward Academy (11-3)

6. Sandy Creek (11-2)

7. Griffin (11-1)

8. North Oconee (9-4)

9. West Laurens (9-4)

10. Mary Persons (9-3)

Class AAA

1. Calhoun (15-0)

2. Washington County (14-1)

3. Blessed Trinity (13-1)

4. Jefferson (12-1)

5. Westminster (12-2)

6. Hart County (11-2)

7. Elbert County (9-4)

8. Central-Carroll (11-1)

9. Peach County (10-1)

10. Cedar Grove (9-3)

Class AA

1. Benedictine (13-2)

2. Greater Atlanta Christian (14-1)

3. Vidalia (12-1)

4. Fitzgerald (12-2)

5. Lovett (9-4)

6. Brooks County (10-4)

7. Macon County (9-3)

8. Thomasville (6-5)

9. Lamar County (8-3-1)

10. Rabun County (9-3)

Class A

1. Mount Paran Christian (14-0)

2. Hawkinsville (13-1)

3. Marion County (12-1)

4. Aquinas (12-1)

5. Irwin County (11-2-1)

6. Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (7-7)

7. Calvary Day (12-1)

8. Charlton County (10-2)

9. Savannah Christian (10-2)

10. Mount Pisgah Christian (8-4)

About the Author

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.