Earlier this week, High School Football America released its final combined Top 100 for the 2020-21 school year producing a cumulative final national ranking that takes in both the fall and spring seasons that were held across the country.
Using High School Football America’s proprietary algorithm, the new rankings did not change much from the final Top 100 rankings in the fall where Bradenton IMG Academy was crowned mythical National Champions by High School Football America, it did allow a few teams from around the country to get ranked.
This all comes ahead of the planned High School Football America Top 100 Preseason rankings that are expected out later this month.
Those that made the cut from the Sunshine State in the final Top 100:
No. 1 Bradenton IMG Academy (8-0) – Mythical National Champions
No. 9 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (8-1) – Class 7A State Champions
No. 19 Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (8-1) – Class 4A State Champions
No. 21 Plantation American Heritage (11-2) – Class 5A State Champions
No. 23 Jacksonville Trinity Christian (11-1) – Class 3A State Champions
No. 27 Miami Central (8-1) – Class 6A State Champions
No. 39 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna (8-2) – Class 3A State Runner-up
No. 50 Miami Northwestern (3-2)
No. 65 Sanford Seminole (12-0) – Class 8A State Champions
No. 71 Orlando Jones (9-1)
No. 74 Orlando Edgewater (8-3) – Class 7A State Runner-up
No. 76 Valrico Bloomingdale (12-1)
No. 94 Niceville (11-1)
No. 95 Cocoa (10-1)
No. 96 Rockledge (7-2)
No. 100 Venice (9-4)
Also, worth noting that three other teams were just outside the Top 100 by being On the Bubble between No. 101 and No. 125. That included:
No. 101 Miami Columbus (7-0) – Tri-County 6A-8A Gold Champions
No. 117 Tampa Jesuit (13-1)
No. 119 St. Johns Bartram Trail (10-2)
To see the full list of High School Football America’s Final Top 100 rankings for the 2020-21 school year, click here.