Three new teams enter the latest High School Football America 100

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The Acadiana Rams (Louisiana) bust into the latest High School Football America 100 national rankings after knocking-off former No. 59 John Curtis on Sunday. The defending 5A state champs are ranked No. 79, which is a 22 spot jump after being ranked No. 101 last week. John Curtis drops to No. 83 after its 21-13 loss to the Rams.

Acadiana is one of three new teams in the national rankings this week.

The Jones Fightin’ Tigers (Orlando, Florida) make their first Top 100 appearance of the year at No. 84 after edging former No. 75 Apopka 22-21 on Friday. The Fightin’ Tigers were ranked No. 102 last week.

Lee County comes into the national rankings at No. 98 after beating former No. 76 Warner Robins (Georgia) 27-7. LC’s only loss this year was to No. 3 Lowndes (Georgia). The Trojans were No. 124 last week.

The biggest mover inside the Top 100 is Rockwall, which is up 17 spots from last week to No. 20 this week. The Yellowjackets make the jump after knocking-off former No. 4 Southlake Carroll 44-42.

St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey) makes a major move from No. 16 to No. 10 after a solid 21-7 win over former No. 49 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey). Coming-up this week, the Marauders will play No. 55 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey).

High School Football America 100

Rank, Team, StateRecordLast Week
#1 North Shore (Houston, Texas)(3-0)1
#2 IMG Academy (Florida)(5-0)2
#3 Lowndes (Georgia)(5-0)3
#4 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)(1-0)6
#5 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)(0-0)5
#6 Pickerington Central (Ohio)(7-0)7
#7 Grayson (Georgia)(5-0)8
#8 Thompson (Alabama) (8-0)10
#9 Westlake (Austin, Texas)(3-0)11
#10 St. Peter’s Prep (New Jersey)(2-0)16
#11 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)(3-0)12
#12 Maryville (Tennessee)(7-0)13
#13 Katy (Texas)(3-0)14
#14 Archbishop Hoban (Ohio)(6-0)15
#15 Duncanville (Texas)(1-1)9
#16 Allen (Texas)(2-0)17
#17 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)(0-0)18
#18 Archbishop Rummel (Louisiana)(1-0)19
#19 St. Edward (Ohio)(6-1)20
#20 Rockwall (Texas)(3-0)37
#21 Miami Central (Florida)(0-0)21
#22 Center Grove (Indiana)(8-0)22
#23 Corner Canyon (Utah) (9-0)23
#24 Trinity (Kentucky)(4-0)24
#25 Cathedral (Indiana)(8-0)25
#26 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)(3-0)26
#27 Southlake Carroll (Texas)(1-1)4
#28 Hoover (Alabama)(8-0)27
#29 Denton Ryan (Texas)(2-0)28
#30 Chandler (Arizona)(2-0)29
#31 Owasso (Oklahoma)(6-0)30
#32 Aledo (Texas)(2-0)31
#33 Massillon Washington (Ohio)(5-1)32
#34 Colquitt County (Georgia)(4-0)34
#35 DeSoto (Texas)(1-0)33
#36 North Allegheny (Pennsylvania)(4-0)35
#37 Bryant (Arkansas)(5-0)36
#38 Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)(8-0)38
#39 Mentor (Ohio)(5-1)39
#40 Denton Guyer (Texas)(2-1)40
#41 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)(2-0)41
#42 St. Xavier (Ohio)(5-2)42
#43 Brookwood (Georgia) (5-0)43
#44 Lake Travis (Texas) (2-0)44
#45 Edgewater (Florida) (1-1)45
#46 Edna Karr (Louisiana)(2-0)48
#47 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)(1-1)46
#48 Venice (Florida)(5-1)52
#49 Saguaro (Arizona)(1-0)47
#50 Norcross (Georgia)(5-0)54
#51 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey) (1-1)49
#52 La Salle (Ohio)(5-2)51
#53 Lakeland (Florida) (2-1)50
#54 Prosper (Texas) (2-0)53
#55 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale, New Jersey)(1-1)55
#56 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida) (2-1)56
#57 Oakland (Tennessee) (7-0)57
#58 Lakota West (Ohio)(6-0)58
#59 Parkview (Georgia)(4-1)60
#60 Starkville (Mississippi) (5-0)61
#61 Bixby (Oklahoma) (5-0)62
#62 Rockledge (Florida) (3-0)63
  #63 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)(6-2)64
#64 Central Dauphin (Pennsylvania)(4-0)65
#65 Manvel (Texas) (2-0)66
#66 De Smet (Missouri)(1-0)67
#67 Dublin Coffman (Ohio)(7-0)68
#68 McCallie (Tennessee)(6-1)69
#69 Alcoa (Tennessee)(6-1)71
#70 Bloomingdale (Florida)(4-0)72
#71 Cedar Grove (Georgia)(2-0)73
#72 Hamilton (Arizona)(2-0)74
#73 Highland Park (Texas) (1-0)78
#74 Palmetto (Miami, Florida)(0-0)77
#75 Toledo Central Catholic (Ohio)(4-0)79
#76 Blessed Trinity (Georgia)(2-0)80
#77 Davison (Michigan)(3-0)81
#78 Auburn (Alabama) (8-0)82
#79 Acadiana (Louisiana)(2-0)101
#80 Carmel (Indiana)(6-2)83
#81 Oxford (Alabama) (7-1)84
#82 Pine-Richland (Pennsylvania)(4-0)85
#83 John Curtis (Louisiana)(1-1)59
#84 Jones (Orlando, Florida)(3-0)102
#85 Apopka (Florida)(3-1)75
#86 North Little Rock (Arkansas)(5-0)86
#87 Armwood (Florida)(3-1)87
#88 Covington Catholic (Kentucky) (4-0)88
#89 Cocoa (Florida)(3-0)96
#90 Atascocita (Texas)(0-1)90
#91 Elder (Ohio)(4-3)91
#92 Gaffney (South Carolina) (3-0)92
#93 Lone Peak (Utah)(8-1)93
#94 Jenks (Oklahoma)(5-1)94
#95 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)(1-0)95
#96 Milton (Georgia)(3-1)99
#97 Cedar Hill (Texas)(1-0)97
#98 Lee County (Georgia)(4-1)124
#99  Massillon Perry (Ohio)(6-0)98
#100 Dorman (South Carolina) (1-1)100

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

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