High School Football America 100 National High School Football Rankings

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Pickerington Central’s dreams of a “mythical” national high school football championship is over after St. Xavier rolled by the former No. 4 Tigers by a score of 44-3 in the Ohio Division I high school football championship game Friday night. St. X’s fourth overall state title moves the Bombers up nine spots to No. 23 in the latest High School Football America 100 national high school football rankings. PC tumbles 40 spots to No. 44 this week in our rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water.

Ohio’s Archbishop Hoban remains in the hunt for a national title. The Knights, ranked No. 9 in the Top 100, will be playing No. 21 Massillon Washington for the state Division II on Friday.

In Alabama, Thompson, the state’s defending 7A champ, will try to keep its drive alive for No. 1 when it plays Hoover in the state semifinals. The Warriors are currently ranked No. 3 in the nation. Back on October 23, Thompson beat Hoover 39-23. Hoover will enter the game ranked No. 29 in America.

In all, there will be eight Top 100 head-to-head matchups this week:

  • No. 3 Thompson (Alabama) vs. No. 29 Hoover (Alabama)
  • No. 9 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) vs. No. 21 Massillon Washington (Ohio)
  • No. 15 Corner Canyon (Utah) vs. No. 82 Lone Peak (Utah)
  • No. 16 Chandler (Arizona) vs. No. 52 Hamilton (Arizona)
  • No. 24 Northwestern (Miami, Florida) vs. No. 26 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)
  • No. 49 Brother Martin (Louisiana) vs. No. 77 John Curtis (Louisiana)
  • No. 50 Delbarton (New Jersey) vs. No. 53 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)

New to the rankings this week is Alabama’s St. Paul’s at No. 100.

High School Football America 100

November 15, 2020

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(8-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(7-0)2
#3 Thompson (Alabama) (12-0)3
#4 Grayson (Georgia)(9-0)5
#5 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(4-0)6
#6 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(4-0)7
#7 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(7-0)8
#8 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(7-0)9
#9  Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(10-0)10
#10 Duncanville (Texas)(5-1)11
#11 Allen (Texas)(5-0)12
#12 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(3-1)13
#13 Maryville (Tennessee)(12-0)14
#14 Center Grove (Indiana)(12-0)15
#15 Corner Canyon (Utah) (12-0)16
#16 Chandler (Arizona)(7-0)17
#17 Owasso (Oklahoma)(9-0)18
#18 Trinity (Kentucky)(6-0)19
#19 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(4-1)20
#20 Cathedral (Indiana)(11-1)22
#21 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(10-1)25
#22 Colquitt County (Georgia)(7-0)24
#23 St. Xavier (Ohio)(9-2)32
#24 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(3-1)21
#25 Denton Ryan (Texas)(6-0)23
#26 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(6-2)26
#27 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(11-0)29
#28 Bryant (Arkansas)(10-0)27
#29 Hoover (Alabama)(11-1)30
#30 Miami Central (Florida)(4-1)28
#31 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)(7-1)31
#32 Norcross (Georgia)(9-0)37
#33 Cedar Hill (Texas)(5-1)33
#34 DeSoto (Texas)(5-1)38
#35 Lowndes (Georgia)(7-1)40
#36 Highland Park (Texas) (5-0)41
#37 Lake Travis (Texas) (5-0)42
#38 Bloomingdale (Florida)(9-0)43
#39 Oakland (Tennessee) (12-0)44
#40 Rockwall (Texas)(6-1)45
#41 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(4-1)46
#42 De Smet (Missouri)(5-0)47
#43 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (5-1)48
#44 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(11-1)4
#45 Denton Guyer (Texas)(5-2)36
#46 La Salle (Ohio)(8-3)39
#47 Mentor (Ohio)(9-2)35
#48 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(7-0)50
#49 Brother Martin (Louisiana)(6-0)58
#50 Delbarton (New Jersey)(6-0)54
#51 Bixby (Oklahoma) (9-0)55
#52 Hamilton (Arizona)(6-0)56
#53 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(4-1)34
#54  Acadiana (Louisiana)(5-1)49
#55 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(5-1)51
#56 Prosper (Texas)(5-1)53
#57 Tompkins (Katy, Texas)(6-0)59
#58 Cocoa (Florida)(8-0)60
#59  Katy (Texas)(6-1)62
#60  Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(5-1)71
#61 Lakota West (Ohio)(8-1)57
#62 Saguaro (Arizona)(4-1)61
#63 Oxford (Alabama) (11-1)63
#64 St. Thomas More (Louisiana)(7-0)79
#65 Alcoa (Tennessee)(11-1)64
#66 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(5-2)83
#67 Davison (Michigan)(9-0)69
#68 Aledo (Texas)(4-1)65
#69 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(4-2)66
#70 Manvel (Texas) (5-1)67
#71 Cedar Grove (Georgia)(5-0)68
#72 Rockledge (Florida) (6-1)70
#73 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(9-0)73
#74 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(5-0)74
#75 Milton (Georgia)(7-1)78
#76 Lee County (Georgia)(8-1)80
#77 John Curtis (Louisiana)(4-3)75
#78 Edgewater (Florida) (4-2)76
#79 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(9-3)52
#80 Jenks (Oklahoma)(9-1)77
#81 Atascocita (Texas)(4-1)81
#82 Lone Peak (Utah)(12-1)82
#83 Bridgeland (Texas) (8-0)84
#84 Gaffney (South Carolina) (6-0)85
#85 Dorman (South Carolina) (4-1)86
#86 Belleville (Michigan)(9-0)89
#87 Parkview (Georgia)(6-2)87
#88 Mona Shores (Michigan)(8-0)88
#89 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)(8-0)90
#90 Westfield (Indiana)(11-1)91
#91 McDowell (Pennsylvania)(7-0)95
#92 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pennsylvania)(6-3)92
#93 Warner Robins (Georgia) (7-1)93
#94 Niceville (Florida)(8-0)94
#95 Elder (Ohio)(5-4)96
#96 Shadow Creek (Texas)(4-2)97
#97 St. Edward (Ohio)(6-2)98
#98 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania)(6-1)99
#99 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(2-1)100
#100 St. Paul’s (Alabama) (12-0)101

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

Dropped-out: No. 72 Carmel (Indiana)

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

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