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    [2022] National High School Football Rankings for the Recruiting Class of 2023 (Preliminary)

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    2022-2023 NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS

    Preliminary Rankings

    Rk School City State Rating (# > 4.5 stars)
    1 Mater Dei Santa Ana CA 93.2 (5)
    2 St. Frances Academy Baltimore MD 88.4 (4)
    3 IMG Academy Bradenton FL 82.2 (3)
    4 Allen Allen TX 77.4 (3)
    5 Northwestern Miami FL 75.1 (3)
    6 St. Louis Honolulu HI 73.2 (3)
    7 De La Salle Concord CA 72.6 (3)
    8 St. John Bosco Bellflower CA 72.1 (3)
    9 Bishop Gorman Las Vegas NV 71.9 (2)
    10 Chandler Chandler AZ 71.7 (2)
    11 Folsom Folsom CA 71.4 (2)
    12 Katy Katy TX 70.9 (2)
    13 Archbishop Hoban Akron OH 70.6 (3)
    14 Centennial Corona CA 69.4 (2)
    15 American Heritage Plantation FL 69.2 (3)
    16 North Little Rock North Little Rock AR 69.0 (1)
    17 Pine-Richland Gibsonia PA 68.4 (3)
    18 Ben Davis Indianapolis IN 67.7 (2)
    19 Bingham South Jordan UT 67.2 (2)
    20 St. Xavier Cincinnati OH 67.0 (2)
    21 Mission Viejo Mission Viejo CA 66.9 (3)
    22 Valdosta Valdosta GA 66.8 (3)
    23 Greenwood Greenwood AR 66.8 (3)
    24 Bergen Catholic Oradell NJ 66.7 (2)
    25 University Lab Baton Rouge LA 66.7 (2)
     
    Dropped from Rankings: St. Ignatius (Cleveland OH), Venice (Venice FL), and Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission KS)
     

     

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    This will give you a good idea of where recruits will pop up in future years and what schools are producing them. I'm still working on this feature a bit but the plan is that programs will eventually be able to influence where top players will want to play in high school.

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    3 minutes ago, Soluna said:

    9 Bishop Gorman Las Vegas NV 71.9 (2)

    wooo Vegas represent! However, like everyone in this city. FUCK BISHOP GORMAN!

     

    7 De La Salle Concord CA 72.6 (3) also woo Bay Area!

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    6 hours ago, Soluna said:

    This will give you a good idea of where recruits will pop up in future years and what schools are producing them. I'm still working on this feature a bit but the plan is that programs will eventually be able to influence where top players will want to play in high school.

    Won't this likely skew the flow of 4.5's and 5.0's towards schools in those states? It might be realistic, sure, but it gives college programs in those areas a better shot at getting - and staying - ahead.

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    That's awesome about St. Lous HS in Honolulu being listed here. Here are the QBs they have produced lately:

     

    Marcus Mariota  - 10,796 yards and 105 touchdowns, Heisman, #2 overall pick     

    Timmy Chang - 17,072 yards and 117 touchdowns, 2 NFL seasons

    Jason Gesser - 8,830 yards and 100 touchdowns for Wash St, 2002 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year

    Tua Tagovailoa - yuge game propelling Bama to the NC
    Jordan Ta'amu - current Ole Miss starter

    Darnell Arceneaux - 2-year starter at Utah 4,026 yards and 26 TD

     

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    On 5/15/2018 at 10:57 PM, Soluna said:

    This will give you a good idea of where recruits will pop up in future years and what schools are producing them. I'm still working on this feature a bit but the plan is that programs will eventually be able to influence where top players will want to play in high school.

     

    This is excellent news for the Rattlers of San Marcos High School..

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    On 5/15/2018 at 10:55 PM, Soluna said:

    2022-2023 NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS

    Preliminary Rankings

    Rk School City State Rating (# > 4.5 stars)
    1 Mater Dei Santa Ana CA 93.2 (5)
    2 St. Frances Academy Baltimore MD 88.4 (4)
    3 IMG Academy Bradenton FL 82.2 (3)
    4 Allen Allen TX 77.4 (3)
    5 Northwestern Miami FL 75.1 (3)
    6 St. Louis Honolulu HI 73.2 (3)
    7 De La Salle Concord CA 72.6 (3)
    8 St. John Bosco Bellflower CA 72.1 (3)
    9 Bishop Gorman Las Vegas NV 71.9 (2)
    10 Chandler Chandler AZ 71.7 (2)
    11 Folsom Folsom CA 71.4 (2)
    12 Katy Katy TX 70.9 (2)
    13 Archbishop Hoban Akron OH 70.6 (3)
    14 Centennial Corona CA 69.4 (2)
    15 American Heritage Plantation FL 69.2 (3)
    16 North Little Rock North Little Rock AR 69.0 (1)
    17 Pine-Richland Gibsonia PA 68.4 (3)
    18 Ben Davis Indianapolis IN 67.7 (2)
    19 Bingham South Jordan UT 67.2 (2)
    20 St. Xavier Cincinnati OH 67.0 (2)
    21 Mission Viejo Mission Viejo CA 66.9 (3)
    22 Valdosta Valdosta GA 66.8 (3)
    23 Greenwood Greenwood AR 66.8 (3)
    24 Bergen Catholic Oradell NJ 66.7 (2)
    25 University Lab Baton Rouge LA 66.7 (2)
     
    Dropped from Rankings: St. Ignatius (Cleveland OH), Venice (Venice FL), and Bishop Miege (Shawnee Mission KS)
     

     


    Open challenge:  Take this list and put any Sun Belt teams from this year in it, as they would place if they were 6A High Schools with their current players.  I have an opinion, but I'll hold it until I've heard some others, b/c I would rather hear other opinions rather than just people arguing against mine.

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    21 minutes ago, rabidsnowman said:


    Open challenge:  Take this list and put any Sun Belt teams from this year in it, as they would place if they were 6A High Schools with their current players.  I have an opinion, but I'll hold it until I've heard some others, b/c I would rather hear other opinions rather than just people arguing against mine.

     

    I think part of the issue is that the number of high schools in the sim are very limited (like my old school, which was NC 3A/4A, isn't). And while there are powerhouse high schools in real life, it's hard to find some with multiple NFL level players at the same class. So there's a compression factor playing into these rankings.

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