Regional Rankings: Midwest Top 20 – Final

Midwest Top 20
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Ben Davis finishes 2017 as the top team in the final High School Football America Midwest Top 20.  The Giants, who finished No. 7 in the Top 100 national rankings, are one of five teams from the Hoosier State in the rankings created with our proprietary algorithm.

Illinois and Michigan lead the regional rankings with six teams each, followed by Michigan, Minnesota and  Wisconsin with one team each.

High School Football America Midwest Region Top 20

No. 1 Ben Davis (Indiana) 14-0

No. 2 Prairie Ridge (Illinois) 14-0

No. 3 Lincoln-Way East (Illinois) 14-0

No. 4 Phillips Academy (Illinois) 14-0

No. 5 Maine South (Illinois) 12-2

No. 6 Loyola Academy (Illinois) 12-2

No. 7 Carmel (Indiana) 8-5

No. 8 Lawrence Central (Indiana) 6-4

No. 9 Warren Central (Indiana) 7-4

No. 10 Center Grove (Indiana) 6-6

No. 11 Kimberly (Wisconsin) 14-0

No. 12 De La Salle Collegiate (Michigan) 12-2

No. 13 Muskegon (Michigan) 14-0

No. 14 Christian Brothers (Missouri) 13-1

No. 15 Eden Prairie (Minnesota) 13-0

No. 16 Clarkston (Michigan) 12-2

No. 17 Batavia (Illinois) 12-1

No. 18 Detroit MLK (Michigan) 11-2

No. 19 West Bloomfield (Michigan) 11-3

No. 20 Cass Tech (Michigan) 9-3

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

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