Monday, August 10, 2015

Preseason PrepNation National Prep Poll Regional Rankings

The PrepNation National Prep Poll is compiled by Jamie DeMoney of XOS Digital with input from coaches, sportswriters, and other high school sports experts. 

This season, a total of 105 teams will be ranked each week. Here are the newly-expanded regional Top 15's with last season's won-loss records. 

1Paramus Catholic HSParamusNJ9-2-
2Bergen Catholic HSOradellNJ8-3-
3Don Bosco Prep HSRamseyNJ7-5-
4St. Peters Prep HSJersey CityNJ11-1-
5Central Catholic HSPittsburghPA11-2-
6DePaul HSWayneNJ8-4-
7Aquinas InstituteRochesterNY5-3-x-
8Archbishop Wood HSWarminsterPA14-1-
9St. Joes Prep HSPhiladelphiaPA11-3-
10St. Joseph Regional HSMontvaleNJ8-3-
11Xaverian Brothers HSWestwoodMA12-0-
12Archbishop Stepinac HSWhite PlainsNY12-1-
13Poly Prep Country DayBrooklynNY9-1-
14Everett HSEverettMA9-2-
15New Canaan HSNew CanaanCT11-1-
1Ocean Lakes HSVirginia BeachVA15-0-
2Mallard Creek HSCharlotteNC15-1-
3DeMatha HSHyattsvilleMD9-3-
4Spartanburg HSSpartanburgSC12-3-
5Good Counsel HSOlneyMD10-2-
6Lake Taylor HSNorfolkVA15-0-
7Gilman SchoolBaltimoreMD8-3-
8Bird HSChesterfieldVA13-2-
9Scotland HSLaurinburgNC12-2-
10Byrnes HSDuncanSC12-2-
11Oscar Smith HSChesapeakeVA12-2-
12Westfield HSChantillyVA12-3-
13Butler HSMatthewsNC11-4-
14Lake Braddock HSBurkeVA10-3-
15Dudley HSGreensboroNC8-3-y-
1St. Thomas Aquinas HSFort LauderdaleFL14-1-
2Miami Central HSMiamiFL14-1-
3Colquitt County HSMoultrieGA15-0-
4IMG AcademyBradentonFL10-1-
5Archer HSLawrencevilleGA11-4-
6Clay-Chalkville HSPinsonAL15-0-
7Mainland HSDaytona BeachFL14-1-
8Oxford HSOxfordMS13-2-
9Archbishop Rummel HSMetairieLA11-2-
10McEachern HSPowder SpringsGA10-4-
11Grayson HSLogansvilleGA10-2-
12Hoover HSHooverAL12-2-
13Central HSPhenix CityAL10-2-
14Flanagan HSPembroke PinesFL12-1-
15South Panola HSBatesvilleMS15-0-
1Colerain HSCincinnatiOH8-4-
2Moeller HSCincinnatiOH10-4-
3St. Xavier HSCincinnatiOH10-3-
4St. Ignatius HSClevelandOH7-5-
5LaSalle HSCincinnatiOH14-1-
6Carmel HSCarmelIN13-1-
7Mount Carmel HSChicagoIL8-5-
8St. Mary's PrepOrchard LakeMI12-2-
9Trinity HSLouisvilleKY11-5-
10Wayne HSHuber HeightsOH13-2-
11St. Edward HSLakewoodOH13-2-
12Cathedral HSIndianapolisIN9-5-
13Homewood-Flossmoor HSFlossmoorIL11-3-
14Male HSLouisvilleKY11-1-
15Ben Davis HSIndianapolisIN12-2-
1Bingham HSSouth JordanUT13-1-
2Valor Christian HSHighlands RanchCO10-4-
3Webb City HSWebb CityMO15-0-
4Christian Brothers HSSt. LouisMO14-0-
5Eden Prairie HSEden PrairieMN13-0-
6Brighton HSSalt Lake CityUT10-2-
7Timpview HSProvoUT14-0-
8Rockhurst HSKansas CityMO12-2-
9Bishop Carroll HSWichitaKS13-0-
10Fort Osage HSIndependenceMO11-1-
11Cherry Creek HSGreenwood VillageCO11-3-
12Valley HSWest Des MoinesIA10-2-
13Millard North HSOmahaNE10-1-
14Bishop Miege HSRoeland ParkKS13-0-
15Highland HSPocatelloID12-0-
1Bishop Gorman HSLas VegasNV15-0-
2DeSoto HSDeSotoTX10-2-
3Allen HSAllenTX16-0-
4Cedar Hill HSCedar HillTX14-2-
5Katy HSKatyTX14-2-
6Chandler HSChandlerAZ13-1-
7Manvel HSManvelTX13-1-
8Steele HSCiboloTX13-2-
9Fayetteville HSFayettevilleAR11-3-
10Jenks HSJenksOK11-2-
11Trinity HSEulessTX12-2-
12Hamilton HSChandlerAZ12-2-
13Saguaro HSScottsdaleAZ14-0-
14Skyline HSDallasTX14-1-
15Westfield HSSpringTX13-2-
1St. John Bosco HSBellflowerCA12-2-
2De La Salle HSConcordCA14-0-
3Centennial HSCoronaCA12-3-
4Bishop Amat HSLa PuenteCA9-4-
5Mater Dei HSSanta AnaCA9-3-
6Mililani HSMililaniHI13-0-
7Bellevue HSBellevueWA13-1-
8Eastside Catholic HSBellevueWA13-1-
9Crespi HSEncinoCA9-2-
10Central Catholic HSPortlandOR13-1-
11Bothell HSBothellWA14-0-
12Long Beach Poly HSLong BeachCA11-2-
13Narbonne HSHarbor CityCA10-4-
14Santa Margarita HSRancho Santa MargaritaCA6-5-
15Jesuit HSPortlandOR9-3-

x-One loss for Northeast No. 7 Aquinas Institute was by forfeit
y-All losses for East Coast No. 15 Dudley were by forfeit

About the PrepNation National Prep Poll

The PrepNation National Prep Poll is a continuation of World Feature Syndicate’s National Prep Poll, which was published and distributed to the Associated Press and other news organizations from 1987 to 2015. 

The National Prep Poll is second only to the USA Today Super 25 as the longest continually published weekly high school rankings. While a product of World Features Syndicate (1987-2015), the National Prep Poll was the only high school poll distributed to newspapers and websites around the United States by the Associated Press.

Before authoring rankings for Student Sports and ESPN, National High School Sports Hall of Fame journalist Doug Huff compiled the National Prep Poll rankings from 1987 until 1999. Current author Jamie DeMoney has compiled the poll since the start of the 1999 basketball season to the present. 

Among the criteria used in the weekly compilation of the National Prep Poll rankings are strength of schedule, the ability to accomplish the ultimate goal on a team's schedule (i.e. winning a championship), impact players and performers, a team's coaching and recent tradition.

About was originally launched August 1, 2001 by Jamie DeMoney for the purpose of creating a permanent online home for the National Prep Poll football and boys basketball rankings.


Anonymous said...

So let me get this straight, there are 4 teams in a single city (Cincinnati) that are better than ANY Team in the ENTIRE state of WI? Absurd. Wisconsin prep football has produced some of the best football players on the planet right now! JJ Watt and Joe Thomas. Also, WI high school football produced 2 first round draft choices this year: Melvin Gordon and Trae Wayans. Also WI high school football produced Tony Romo.

I know Wisconsin's overall talent level isn't like what's in Illinois or Ohio (speaking of the Midwest) but for a WI team not to be in the Midwest top 10 just ain't right.

Anonymous said...

You want some cheese with that wine (whine)? Oh wait. You named some studs but you're bringing a knife to a gun fight. WI HS football might be better than Indiana's but.......

Anonymous said...

No wine or cheese needed. Facts are facts. Wisconsin prep football isn't as good as Ohio or IL, I don't doubt that, but for a WI team to fail to make the top 15 in the Midwest is preposterous.

Before complaining about wine and cheese you may want to make sense before writing about guns and knives.