High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings for December 6, 2020

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For the first time this season, the top twenty-five teams in the High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings held their spots. Congratulations to No. 3 Thompson (Alabama), No. 9 Dutch Fork (South Carolina), No. 22 Oakland (Tennessee) and No. 24 Bryant (Arkansas) who all won state championships over the weekend.

We’re now heading down the stretch to the 2020 season that has been once of the most unusual due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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As far as the new rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water, there are four new teams this wee. Mississippi 6A champ Oak Grove enters at No. 86. Colorado 5A champ Cherry Creek makes its first Top 100 appearance this year at No. 90. Jesuit (Florida) makes its first-ever appearance in the Top 100 at No. 98. Louisiana’s Carencro is also entering the Top 100 for the first time ever at No. 100.

High School Football America 100

December 6, 2020

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(10-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(8-0)2
#3 Thompson (Alabama) (14-0)3
#4 Grayson (Georgia)(11-0)4
#5  Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(11-0)5
#6 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(6-0)6
#7 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(8-0)7
#8 Duncanville (Texas)(6-1)8
#9 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(10-0)9
#10 Allen (Texas)(8-0)10
#11 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(6-1)11
#12 Center Grove (Indiana)(14-0)12
#13 Corner Canyon (Utah) (13-0)13
#14 Chandler (Arizona)(10-0)14
#15 Cathedral (Indiana)(13-1)15
#16 Colquitt County (Georgia)(9-0)16
#17 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(7-1)17
#18 Trinity (Kentucky)(8-0)18
#19 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(9-2)19
#20 St. Xavier (Ohio)(10-2)20
#21 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(10-1)21
#22 Oakland (Tennessee) (15-0)22
#23 Denton Ryan (Texas)(9-0)23
#24 Bryant (Arkansas)(13-0)24
#25 Norcross (Georgia)(12-0)25
#26 Cedar Hill (Texas)(7-1)26
#27 DeSoto (Texas)(7-1)27
#28 Lowndes (Georgia)(9-1)28
#29 Bloomingdale (Florida)(12-0)29
#30 Highland Park (Texas) (8-0)30
#31 Lake Travis (Texas) (6-0)31
#32 Miami Central (Florida)(6-1)32
#33 Rockwall (Texas)(9-1)33
#34 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(7-1)34
#35 Brother Martin (Louisiana)(8-0)35
#36 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(5-1)36
#37 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (8-1)37
#38 Bixby (Oklahoma) (12-0)43
#39 Denton Guyer (Texas)(7-2)39
#40 Hoover (Alabama)(11-2)40
#41 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(10-2)41
#42 Hamilton (Arizona)(8-1)44
#43  Acadiana (Louisiana)(8-1)45
#44 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(8-1)48
#45 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(8-0)46
#46 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(3-2)42
#47 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(11-1)47
#48 Katy (Texas)(9-1)53
#49 La Salle (Ohio)(8-3)49
#50 Delbarton (New Jersey)(6-0)50
#51 Mentor (Ohio)(9-2)51
#52 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(11-0)55
#53 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(9-0)57
#54 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(7-2)61
#55 Jenks (Oklahoma)(12-1)62
#56 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(4-2)56
#57 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(6-2)54
#58 Maryville (Tennessee)(13-1)58
#59 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(6-2)59
#60 Alcoa (Tennessee)(14-1)60
#61 Bridgeland (Texas) (10-0)65
#62 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(8-0)69
#63 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(9-1)38
#64 Aledo (Texas)(7-1)68
#65 Manvel (Texas) (5-1)70
#66 Cedar Grove (Georgia)**(4-4)71
#67 Milton (Georgia)(11-0)72
#68 John Curtis (Louisiana)(6-4)73
#69 Lee County (Georgia)(10-1)74
#70 Edgewater (Florida)(7-2)75
#71 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(11-1)63
#72 Saguaro (Arizona)(5-2)64
#73 Lakota West (Ohio)(8-1)66
#74 Davison (Michigan)(9-0)67
#75 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(11-0)77
#76 Warner Robins (Georgia) (10-1)78
#77 Niceville (Florida)(11-0)79
#78 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-3)76
#79 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(5-1)83
#80 St. Paul’s (Alabama) (15-0)84
#81 Owasso (Oklahoma)(10-1)80
#82 Belleville (Michigan)(9-0)81
#83 Mona Shores (Michigan)(9-0)82
#84 Pearland Dawson (Texas)(9-0)85
#85 Allatoona (Georgia)(9-0)89
#86 Oak Grove (Mississippi)(13-0)114
#87 Cocoa (Florida)(10-1)52
#88 Rockledge (Florida) (7-2)87
#89 Lone Peak (Utah)(12-2)88
#90 Cherry Creek (Colorado) (9-0)103
#91 Oxford (Mississippi) (12-1)86
#92 Shadow Creek (Texas)(5-3)91
#93 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)(12-0)98
#94 Venice (Florida)(9-4)92
#95 Elder (Ohio)(5-4)93
#96 Madison-Ridgeland (Mississippi)(12-0)96
#97 Auburn (Alabama)(11-2)97
#98  Jesuit (Florida)(13-0)116
#99 Raymore-Peculiar (Missouri)(12-2)99
#100 Carencro (Louisiana)(9-1)102

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

Dropped-out: No. 40 De Smet (Missouri), No. 78 Atascocita (Texas), No. 82 Westfield (Indiana), No. 94 Central York (Pennsylvania)

*Warner Robins (Georgia) awarded a forfeit victory over Valdosta (Georgia) for the use of an ineligible player.

**Cedar Grove (Georgia) forfeits four victories against Milton (Georgia), Carver (Atlanta), Redan (Georgia) and Greater Atlanta Christian (Georgia) due to the use of an ineligible player that was self-reported.

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