Each week during the season we update the Top 25 rankings in Class 2A providing our Top 10 teams as well as provide The Next 15 teams that we have ranked to complete the Top 25 rankings. Information used to determine the rankings include record, quality wins, defeating ranked opponents and strength of schedule (after Week 1). It is important that teams update their information with scores with us on a regular basis each week by emailing us score reports at firstname.lastname@example.org, sending us a direct message on Twitter @FlaHSFootball or updating scores in the ScoreStream app. Lack of information (scores) reported by the teams will only hurt their chances of being ranked, especially if they are having a solid season.
NOTE: These are the last rankings until after the state championships are concluded.
THE TOP 10
1. Robinson (Tampa)
Last Week: 1
NOTE: The Knights took care of business against Chamberlain and Jefferson to lock up another district championship and will travel to Northeast (St. Petersburg) this week for the regional semifinals.
2. Godby (Tallahassee)
Last Week: 2
NOTE: Godby handled business against Florida High and Lincoln to get back to into the playoff for the first time since the 2016 season to get back to the regional playoffs. They will host Niceville in the regional semifinals this week.
3. Monsignor Pace (Miami)
Last Week: 4
NOTE: The Spartans took care of business against Miami Carol City and Goleman to claim their fifth straight district championship. They will host Dillard in the regional semifinals this week.
4. Clay (Green Cove Springs)
Last Week: 4
NOTE: Clay took care of business against Orange Park and Ridgeview to win their third straight district championship. They will host Terry Parker this week in the regional semifinals.
5. Booker T. Washington (Miami)
Last Week: 9
NOTE: The Tornadoes are on a tear as they rolled through their district last week to claim the school’s first district championship in flag football. Now they will host Miami Edison in the regional semifinals this week.
Last Week: 10
NOTE: Just when you think Harmony is struggling, they bounce back in a nice fashion, easily dominating their district tournament to capture their third district championship in the last four seasons. The Longhorns will host Seabreeze in the regional semifinals this week.
7. Miami Edison
Last Week: 11
NOTE: Just when it appeared Miami Edison was struggling the Red Raiders bounce back and claim their fourth straight district championship. However, a tough challenge awaits this week when they travel to Booker T. Washington for the regional semifinals.
Last Week: 13
NOTE: The Eagles pulled off the biggest upset in their existence as a program, upsetting favorite Choctawhatchee to win the first district championship in school history. They will now get a rematch with a Godby program, who they have already beaten earlier this season at the Capital City Classic when they travel to Tallahassee this week for the regional semifinals.
9. Florida High (Tallahassee)
Last Week: 6
NOTE: The Seminoles bowed out of the season with a loss to Godby, but they played them tough to remain inside the Top 10 for this second to last rankings of the 2019 season.
10. Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach)
Last Week: 5
NOTE: Not many expected Choctaw to bow out in the district tournament, but a resurgent Niceville program after playing some tough teams this season found their groove at the right moment and sent the Indians packing. However, they are still a Top 10 team as postseason play starts.
THE NEXT 15
11. Suncoast (Riviera Beach), 10-3, 14
12. Southeast (Bradenton), 10-1, 18
13. Northeast (St. Petersburg), 11-1, NR
14. Osceola (Seminole), 13-1, 8
15. Crystal River, 10-2, 23
16. Fort Pierce Westwood, 9-3, 25
17. Seabreeze (Daytona Beach), 9-2, 22
18. Dillard (Fort Lauderdale), 9-2, NR
19. Jensen Beach, 9-3, 7
20. Miami Northwestern, 7-3, 15
21. Jefferson (Tampa), 8-3, 24
22. Rickards (Tallahassee), 9-3, 21
23. Mainland (Daytona Beach), 10-3, 16
24. Tarpon Springs, 8-5, 19
25. Glades Central (Belle Glade), 9-4, 12
DROPPED OUT: No. 17 Brandon, 8-5-1; No. 20 Chiles (Tallahassee), 8-5