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  1. Hi Y'all, I was on MaxPreps lately looking at the rankings of teams in my area, and I found something fishy. This has do to with a team in my area, Hardee and Orlando Bishop Moore. As you see, Bishop Moore is ranked ahead of Hardee in both the MaxPreps National Rankings and the MaxPreps State Rankings. Bishop Moore is ranked 1865 in the nation and 136 in the state. Hardee is ranked 1867 in the nation and 137 in the state. However, Hardee is ranked ahead of Bishop Moore in the MaxPreps Class 5A Rankings. Hardee is ranked 23 in 5A and Bishop Moore is ranked 24 in 5A. How can this be? Since Bishop Moore is ahead of Hardee in both the National and State Rankings, should they also be ranked ahead of Hardee in the Class 5A Rankings? This is all strange and confusing. I would appreciate your input! Thanks.
  2. One name to look out for heading into spring football is Orlando Bishop Moore high offensive lineman, Parker Boudreaux. Boudreaux, is a 6-foot-5, 268-pound man-child who is currently just a sophomore and is impressing many colleges early on in the recruiting process. "I'm more of a run blocker than a pass blocker because of the system my school runs, which is the Wing-T. But I can also pass block well," said Boudreaux. Boudreaux tells me that he is receiving early recruiting interest from the likes of Rutgers, Penn State, Florida, Stanford, and Florida State among others. Known for his aggressive, smash mouth style on the field, Boudreaux is also one of the best overall athletes around for his size. Boudreaux had the top 40-yard dash time, vertical jump, and agility shuttle at the Nike Orlando NFTC. He also posted a 83.49 SPARQ rating at the Orlando Nike SPARQ combine.
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