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High School Football Rankings: The Top 25 High School Football Teams

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High School Football Rankings: The Top 25 High School Football Teams Admin

High School Football Rankings: The Top 25 High School Football Teams

Looking for the latest high school football rankings? Check out our list of the top 25 teams in the country. Westlake, the three-time state champion in Texas high school football, finished after Mater DEI. The Chaparrals wrapped up an ideal 16-0 season Saturday night with a 40-21 convert, No. 30 Denton Guyed for the category 6A Division II title. Like Mater DEI, chaps' Precision has never moved away from the No. 2 ranking. Todd Dodge, the legend who ended his coaching career, retired with seven championships in Texas High School football. Dodge leaves the sport with a 40-game win streak. Bergen Catholic in New Jersey finished out No. 3, a proprietary algorithm, in our national High School Football Rankings. The largest taxonomies in the Lone Star State are Duncanville and Mustangs. 

Mustangs finished No. 4 by defeating Duncanville on Saturday night. Mustangs won the school's third state title in four years. North Shore is the second Texas team within the Top 5. The largest taxonomies in the Lone Star State are Duncanville and Mustangs. They finished at Mustang No. 4, beating Duncanville on Saturday night for the school's third state title in four years. Florida 6A // Champion Jesuit finished No. 5 in 2021. The Tigers end with an ideal 15-0 mark, winning the school’s Delaware title since 1968. 

In addition to Jesuit’s championship game win, a final minute convert No. 6 St.  One of the highlights of the season for the Thomas Aquinas Tigers was September 3rd. That loss to Jesuit may have served as a warning call for STA, which won its third straight 7A championship on Friday. Mater Dei arch-rivals Servite (No. 7) and St. John Bosco (No. 8) fall in behind St. Thomas Aquinas, followed by Duncanville. 

Two-time Tennessee state champ Oakland rounds out the highest 10. Florida dominates the Top 32 teams. California has four top 25 teams and three teams are Texas. Florida also led the highest 100 with 17 teams. Texas placed 15 teams within the Top 100, followed by California with 10. In all, there are 23 different states, and the District of Columbia is represented by HSFA 100.

High School Football Rankings Last Updated:  DECEMBER 19, 2021

Rank/School/State

Record  

Preseason Ranking

No. 1 Mater Dei (California)

(12-0)

1

No. 2 Westlake (Austin, Texas)

(16-0)

2

No. 3 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey)

(12-0)

14

No. 4 North Shore (Texas)

(15-1)

20

No. 5 Jesuit (Florida)

(14-0)

96

No. 6 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)

(14-1)

4

No. 7 Servite (California)

(10-3)

55

No. 8 St. John Bosco (California)

   (10-2)

7

No. 9 Duncanville (Texas)

(13-2)

16

No. 10 Oakland (Tennessee)

(15-0)

25

No. 11 Center Grove (Indiana)

(14-0)

11

No. 12 St. Frances Academy (Maryland)

(8-1)

33

No. 13 IMG Academy (Florida)

(9-1)

5

No. 14 Thompson (Alabama)

(13-1)

3

No. 15 Bishop Gorman (Nevada)

(12-1)

89

No. 16 Miami Central (Florida)                   

  (12-2)

22

No. 17 St. Edward (Ohio

(15-1)

51

No. 18 Chaminade-Madonna (Florida)

(12-1)

46

No. 19 St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)

(11-0)

80

No. 20 Corona Centennial (California)

(11-1)

HM

No. 21 Buford (Georgia)

(14-1)

49

No. 22 Venice (Florida)

(14-1)

91

No. 23 Bixby (Oklahoma)

(13-0)

52

No. 24 Cardinal Gibbons (Florida)

  (11-2)

28

No. 25 Saguaro (Arizona)

(12-1)

35

No. 26 Collins Hill (Georgia)

(15-1)

66

No. 27 Cocoa (Florida)

(11-2)

92 

No. 28 Cathedral (Indiana)

(14-1)

37

No. 29 Warner Robins (Georgia)

(14-1)

68

No. 30 Denton Guyer (Texas)

(14-2)

76

No. 31 Hoover (Alabama)

(12-1)

36

No. 32 Southlake Carroll (Texas)

(14-1)

6

No. 33 Jenks (Oklahoma)        

(12-1)

54

No. 34 Cardinal Gibbons (North Carolina)

(14-2)

175

No. 35 Catholic (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

(12-1)

65

No. 36 McCallie (Tennessee)

(13-0)

152

No. 37 Hamilton (Arizona)

(11-1)

62

No. 38 Gaffney (South Carolina)

(15-0)

146

No. 39 Katy (Texas)

(14-1)

10

No. 40 Chambers (North Carolina)

  (14-2)

26

No. 41 Milton (Georgia)

(13-2)

48

No. 42 Hough (North Carolina)

(14-1)

94

No. 43 Chandler (Arizona)

(11-2)       

21

No. 44 Martin Luther King (Detroit, Michigan)

(13-1)

174

No. 45 St. Xavier (Kentucky)

(14-1)

NR

No. 46 South Oak Cliff (Texas)

(15-1)

NR

No. 48 Westfield (Texas)        

(14-1)

HM

No. 49 Northwestern (Miami, Florida)

(10-4)

32

No. 50 Graham-Kapowsin (Washington)

(15-0)

NR

No. 51 Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee)

(13-1)

NR

No. 52 Bryant (Arkansas)

(13-1)

39

No. 53 Lake Travis (Texas)     

(12-3)

81

No. 54 Dutch Fork (South Carolina)

(12-1)

19

No. 55 Male (Kentucky)

(13-1)

79

No. 56 Atascocita (Texas)       

(11-3)

HM

No. 57 Jones (Orlando, Florida)

(11-3)

73

No. 58 Springfield (Ohio)

(13-2)

HM

No. 59 Allen (Texas)

(11-3)

38

No. 60 Treasure Coast (Florida)

(10-2)

HM

No. 61 American Heritage (Plantation, Florida)

(6-4)

18

No. 62 Mount Lebanon (Pennsylvania)

(15-0)       

NR

No. 63 Zachary (Louisiana)

(15-0)

HM

No. 64 North Cobb (Georgia)

(10-2)

110

No. 65 Greenville Christian (Mississippi)

(12-1)

NR

No. 66 Christian Brothers College HS (Missouri)

(13-1)

117

No. 67 St. Joseph’s Prep (Pennsylvania)

(11-3)

9

No. 68 Maryville (Tennessee)

(13-1)

72

No. 69 Alcoa (Tennessee)

(14-1)

99

No. 70 Cherry Creek (Colorado)

(12-2)

97

No. 71 Katy Paetow (Texas)

(15-1)

NR

No. 72 Buchholz (Florida)

(12-2)

HM

No. 73 DeSoto (Texas)

(11-3)

53

No. 74 Seminole (Sanford, Florida)

(11-2)

71

No. 75 Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)

(10-4)

45

No. 76 College Station (Texas                   

(15-1)

NR

No. 77 Tampa Bay Tech (Florida)

(14-1)

HM

No. 78 Archbishop Moeller (Ohio)

(11-4)

NR

No. 79 Good Counsel (Maryland)

(7-5)

44

No. 80 Lakota West (Ohio)

(12-2)

70

No. 81 Serra (San Mateo, California)

(11-2)

145

No. 82 Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)

(10-2)

NR

No. 83 St. Francis (Mountain View, California)

(11-1)

NR

No. 84 DeMatha (Maryland)

(7-3)

30

No. 85 Lone Peak (Utah)

(10-2)

104

No. 86 De La Salle (California)

(10-3)

29

No. 87 Valor Christian (Colorado)

(13-1)

163

No. 88 South Pointe (South Carolina)

(12-1)

NR

No. 89 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, California)

(12-2)

107

No. 90 Lee County (Georgia)

(11-2)

83

No. 91 Orange Lutheran (California)

(10-5)

HM

No. 92 Pulaski Academy (Arkansas)

(13-1)

122

No. 93 Oscar Smith (Virginia)

(13-1)

98

No. 94 Winton Woods (Ohio)

(13-3)

168

No. 95 Central (Phenix City, Alabama)

(13-1)

HM

No. 96 Pickerington Central (Ohio)

(12-2)

59

No. 97 Euless Trinity (Texas)

(11-2)

64

No. 98 Los Alamitos (California)

(9-2)

HM

No. 99 Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)    

(8-5)

123

No. 100 Hewitt-Trussville (Alabama)

(9-3)

41

Editor's note: High school football rankings are updated regularly on our website, https://nfhshub.com/. So visit our website to know the ranking of your favorite team.

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