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For reasons described my previous post, I've split up the country by Division and Regions. As previously stated, conference affiliations are not considered and Rankings are from the period 2015 thru 2019. Here are States in each Region by Division. 

North California Colorado Illinois Indiana Iowa  Kansas  Maryland 
  Mass Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska New Jersey New York
  Ohio  Oregon Pennsylvania Utah Washington West Virginia Wisconsin
South Alabama Arizona Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana
  Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia
North California Colorado Connecticut Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana
  Maryland  Massachusetts Michigan Nevada New York Ohio  Pennsylvania
  Utah West Virginia Wyoming        
South Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi
  New Mexico  North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia
North California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Idaho Illinois
  Indiana Iowa  Maine  Maryland  Massachusetts Missouri Montana
  New Hampshire  New Jersey New York North Dakota Ohio  Oregon Pennsylvania
  Rhode Island  South Dakota Utah Washington      
South Alabama Arizona Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana
  Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia  
East Alabama Connecticut Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana Kentucky
  Maryland  Massachusetts Michigan Mississippi New Hampshire  New York North Carolina
  Ohio  Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Virginia West Virginia  
West Arkansas California Colorado Iowa  Kansas  Minnesota Missouri
  Nebraska New Mexico  North Dakota Oklahoma Oregon South Dakota Texas
  Utah Washington          
East Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Georgia Maine  Maryland  Massachusetts
  Michigan New Hampshire  New Jersey New York North Carolina Ohio  Pennsylvania
  Rhode Island  Vermont  Virginia West Virginia      
West Alabama Arkansas California Illinois Indiana Iowa  Kentucky
  Louisiana Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Oregon Tennessee
  Texas Washington Wisconsin        
East Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana Kentucky
  Michigan Missouri North Carolina Ohio  Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee
  Texas Virginia          
West Arizona Idaho Iowa  Kansas  Montana Nebraska North Dakota
  Oregon South Dakota          




 #TEAMS REGION Avg Rank Avg Pwr Top 10% Avg Rnk Top 10% Avg Pwr Bottom 10% Avg Rnk Bottom 10% Avg Pwr
32 South 41.6 117.80 4.3 132.55 75.4 109.29
33 North 47.0 116.27 9.0 128.97 112.8 102.02


 #TEAMS REGION Avg Rank Avg Pwr Top 10% Avg Rnk Top 10% Avg Pwr Bottom 10% Avg Rnk Bottom 10% Avg Pwr
31 North 100.6 104.74 48.3 114.93 157.5 95.13
34 South 116.2 101.94 48.7 114.85 188.5 90.31


 #TEAMS REGION Avg Rank Avg Pwr Top 10% Avg Rnk Top 10% Avg Pwr Bottom 10% Avg Rnk Bottom 10% Avg Pwr
67 North 214.0 88.00 96.9 104.97 364.9 70.33
59 South 242.9 84.24 127.1 99.37 406.1 66.35


 #TEAMS REGION Avg Rank Avg Pwr Top 10% Avg Rnk Top 10% Avg Pwr Bottom 10% Avg Rnk Bottom 10% Avg Pwr
69 West 328.2 74.83 165.0 93.69 537.0 53.97
98 East 386.5 68.55 210.2 87.56 582.6 48.98


 #TEAMS REGION Avg Rank Avg Pwr Top 10% Avg Rnk Top 10% Avg Pwr Bottom 10% Avg Rnk Bottom 10% Avg Pwr
109 West 581.4 47.04 326.5 74.29 745.2 20.31
128* East 584.9 47.56 390.8 67.83 735.7 24.50


 #TEAMS REGION Avg Rank Avg Pwr Top 10% Avg Rnk Top 10% Avg Pwr Bottom 10% Avg Rnk Bottom 10% Avg Pwr
45 West 524.6 54.17 323.8 74.62 694.5 34.55
49 East 529.5 53.97 302.7 76.65 697.4 34.90







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