Preseason Stadium Talk Top 25 High School Football Rankings: Teams From 16 States Are Represented
Are you ready for some high school football? We have something new this year. Every week, we will rank the top teams in the country as part of Stadium Talk’s very own Top 25 High School Football Rankings.
Representing 16 different states, this is the Preseason Stadium Talk Top 25 High School Football Rankings headed into the 2022 season.
25. Cherry Creek High School (Greenwood Village, Colorado)
2021 record: 12-2 (Class 5A state champion)
Head coach: Dave Logan
Key players: OLB/DE Blake Purchase, OL/DL Hank Zilinskas, OL Max Parrott
First three games: Aug. 26 at Ralston Valley, Sept. 3 at No. 21 St. Edward (Ohio), Sept. 9 vs. Chatfield
Bottom line: Cherry Creek has won three consecutive state championships and has the talent returning to make it a four-peat.
Cherry Creek has a pair of returning all-state players on both sides of the ball with offensive lineman and Colorado commit Hank Ziliskas and elite pass rusher Blake Purchase, who led the team with 12 sacks in 2021.
Cherry Creek leaves the state for a nationally ranked matchup against No. 21 St. Edward (Ohio) on Sept. 3 in Lakewood, Ohio.
24. Skyridge High School (Leti, Utah)
2021 record: 11-2
Head coach: Jon Lehman
Key players: DE/OLB Tausili Akana, CB Smith Snowden, OL Stan Raass, QB McCae Hillstead
First three games: Aug. 12 at Fremont, Aug. 19 vs. Salt Lake City East, Aug. 26 vs. Herriman
Bottom line: Skyridge has a lineup overflowing with talent, led by one of the nation's top defensive prospects, senior defensive end/outside linebacker Tausili Akana, who racked up 78 tackles, 15 sacks, 35 tackles for loss and 26 quarterback hurries in 2021.
Skyridge also has an elite cornerback in four-star prospect Smith Snowden, who was an all-state selection alongside Akana in 2021. Quarterback McCae Hillstead is a Utah State commit who threw for 2,494 yards, 24 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 2021, while also rushing for 814 yards and 13 touchdowns on just 122 carries.
23. Kahuku High School (Kahuku, Hawaii)
2021 record: 10-0 (Open Division state champion)
Head coach: Sterling Carvalho
Key players: WR/RS Kainoa Carvalho, LB Liona Lefau, LB Leonard Ah You, S Brock Fonoimoana
First three games: Aug. 6 vs. Kamehameha Kapalama, Aug. 20 vs. Wai'anae, Aug. 26 vs. Leilehua
Bottom line: Kahuku rolled to an Open Division state championship in 2021. The Red Raiders went 10-0, and only one opponent played them within closer than 21 points.
Kahuku brings back dynamic wide receiver Kaino Carvalho, the reigning Hawaii Gatorade Player of the Year and Hawaii MaxPreps Player of the Year alongside four-star linebacker and Texas commit Liona Lefau, who is also the reigning Honolulu Star-Advertiser Defensive Player of the Year.
Kahuku should take a 5-0 record into its game at No. 2 St. Bosco Prep on Sept. 26 in Bellflower, California.
22. Martin Luther King High School (Detroit, Michigan)
2021 record: 13-1 (Division 3 state champion)
Head coach: Ty Spencer
Key players: QB Dante Moore, OL Johnathan Slack, DE Kenneth Merrieweather, DE Messiah Blair, S Jameel Croft, OL Zontez Calhoun
First three games: Aug. 26 at Warren Central, Sept. 9 vs. Mumford, Sept. 16 at Cass Tech
Bottom line: Detroit King quarterback Dante Moore threw for over 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns in 2021, leading his team to a 13-1 record and the Division 3 state championship.
Moore has thrown for 7,488 yards and 103 touchdowns through his first three high school seasons and is committed to play college football for Oregon. And Moore isn't the only player on King's team with a future in college football.
Offensive lineman Johnathan Slack is committed to Michigan State, and defensive end Kenneth Merrieweather is committed to Iowa.
21. St. Edward High School (Lakewood, Ohio)
2021 record: 15-1 (Division I state champion)
Head coach: Tom Lombardo
Key players: LB Wyatt Gedeon, DE Michael Kilbane, P Ben Lavelle, OL Ben Roebuck, DL Deonte Armstrong
First three games: Aug. 19 vs. Toledo Central Catholic, Aug. 26 vs. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pennsylvania), Sept. 3 vs. No. 25 Cherry Creek (Colorado)
Bottom line: St. Edward lost seven all-state players from last year's Division I state championship team, but they also return with three all-staters, so don't feel too bad for them quite yet.
Leading the way for those returning all-staters is senior linebacker Wyatt Gedeon, a 6-foot-1, 235-pound Coastal Carolina commit.
St. Edward has one of the tougher schedules in the nation and will face Pittsburgh Central Catholic and No. 25 Cherry Creek, Colorado's three-time defending Class 5A state champion, in back-to-back weeks early in the season.
20. Cathedral High School (Indianapolis, Indiana)
2021 record: 14-1 (Class 5A state champion)
Head coach: Bill Peebles
Key players: WR Jaron Tibbs, DL Kendrick Gilbert, TE Brennan Wooten, DL Patrick Kendall, QB Danny O'Neil
First three games: Aug. 19 at Lafayette Jefferson, Aug. 26 at Brownsburg, Sept. 2 at Penn
Bottom line: Cathedral is chasing its third consecutive Class 5A state championship and returns the talent to have one of the best teams in the nation.
They are led by junior quarterback Danny O'Neil, who threw for 2,956 yards, 33 touchdowns and two interceptions in 2021. O'Neil also rushed for 305 yards and 10 touchdowns.
One thing Cathedral also has is power up front. Defensive linemen Kendrick Gilbert and Patrick Kendall both hold FBS offers, and 6-foot-4, 225-pound tight end Brennan Wooten is committed to playing for Western Michigan.
19. St. Joseph's Preparatory School (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
2021 record: 11-3 (Class 6A state runner-up)
Head coach: Tim Roken
Key players: LB Josiah Trotter, CB Omillio Agard, QB Samaj Jones
First three games: Aug. 27 at No. 8 St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida), Sept. 3 vs. St. Peter's (New Jersey), Sept. 9 vs. Erasmus Hall (New York)
Bottom line: St. Joseph's Prep travels to Floria to take on defending Class 7A state champion and fellow national championship contender St. Thomas Aquinas in the season opener on Aug. 27.
St. Joseph's is led by 6-foot-2, 230-pound senior linebacker Josiah Trotter, a West Virginia commit who might be one of the more underrated players in the country. Trotter comes from a family of linebackers. His father, Jeremiah, was a four-time Pro Bowler, and older brother, Jeremiah Jr., signed with Clemson in 2021.
18. Grayson High School (Loganville, Georgia)
2021 record: 10-4 (Class 7A state semifinals)
Head coach: Adam Carter
Key players: S Michael Daugherty, OL Walt Flynn Jr., DB Jaleyn Bell, DE Tyler Atkinson, LB Jalen Smith
First three games: Aug. 20 at Marietta, Aug. 26 vs. Eagle's Landing, Sept. 3 vs. Fort Dorchester (S.C.)
Bottom line: Grayson's 10-4 season in 2021 was not up to the standard for a program that only lost two games across the previous three seasons and won a state championship in 2020. Neither was the season-ending, 31-0 loss to Collins Hill in the Class 7A semifinals.
Grayson has one of the more talented safeties in the nation with senior Michael Daugherty, a 6-foot-1, 190-pound LSU commit who had 91 tackles, 15.5 tackles for loss and one fumble recovery for a touchdown in 2021.
17. Guyer High School (Denton, Texas)
2021 record: 14-2 (Class 6A Division II runner-up)
Head coach: Reed Heim
Key players: QB Jackson Arnold, S Peyton Bowen, S Ryan Yaites
First three games: Aug. 25 vs. Rockwall-Heath, Sept. 2 at Aledo, Sept. 8 vs Lancaster
Bottom line: Denton Guyer quarterback Jackson Arnold was close to unstoppable as a junior in 2021, throwing for almost 4,000 yards, 34 touchdowns and five interceptions while rushing for 659 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Arnold, an Oklahoma commit, isn't the only talented player returning for Guyer after losing to Austin Westlake in the Class 6A Division II state championship game last season. Guyer also has two of the top safeties in the country, LSU commit Ryan Yaites and Notre Dame commit Peyton Bowen.
16. Buford High School (Buford, Georgia)
2021 record: 14-1 (Class 6A state champion)
Head coach: Bryant Appling
Key players: RB Justice Haynes, ATH K.J. Bolden, DE Eddrick Houston, TE KingJoseph Edwards, Sept. 2 vs. QB Dylan Wittke
First three games: Aug. 19 vs. No. 10 Thompson (Alabama), Aug. 26 vs. Charlotte Mallard Creek (North Carolina), Sept. 2 vs. North Cobb
Bottom line: Buford head coach Bryant Appling is 41-3 through his first three seasons — three consecutive one-loss seasons and three consecutive state championships. And this might be his best team yet.
Buford has what looks like a future NFL star in junior defensive back/wide receiver KJ Bolden, a five-star recruit. They also get to swap one FBS quarterback out for another as Virginia Tech commit Dylan Wittke takes over for Stanford signee Ashton Daniels. Buford used Wittke in a Taysom Hill-like role last season.
The season opener for Buford is a must-see, hosting three-time defending Alabama Class 7A state champion Thompson High on Aug. 19.
15. Duncanville High School (Duncanville, Texas)
2021 record: 13-2 (Class 6A Division I runner-up)
Head coach: Reginald Samples
Key players: OLB/DE Colin Simmons, QB Jameir Willis, DB Ka'Davion Dotson, WR Dakorien Moore, DB Deldrick Madison
First three games: Aug. 27 at South Oak Cliff, Sept. 3 vs. Orlando Jones (Florida), Sept. 16 vs. Lake Ridge
Bottom line: Duncanville fans must feel like there's some sort of curse hanging over the program. They've lost to Houston North Shore in the state championship game three of the last four seasons.
But Duncanville, which hasn't won a state championship since 1998, has one of the best defensive players in the nation, outside linebacker/defensive end Colin Simmons, a 6-foot-3, 225-pound senior who led his team with 12 sacks and three forced fumbles in 2021.
14. Centennial High School (Corona, California)
2021 record: 11-1 (lost in CIF Southern Section Division I semifinals)
Head coach: Matt Logan
Key players: WR Malachi Riley, OL Wade Helton, DL Lucas Conti, DB Owen Chambliss, QB Izzy Carter
First three games: Aug. 19 vs. Corona Santiago, Aug. 26 at San Diego Cathedral Catholic, Sept. 2 vs. No. 4 Mater Dei
Bottom line: Centennial split time between two quarterbacks with FBS offers in 2021 — Arizona State commit Izzy Carter and Carson Conklin — and both players are back on the roster.
Centennial has elite players on the defensive side of the ball as well, including defensive back Aaron Williams, a Louisville commit, and 6-foot-5, 260-pound defensive end Lucas Conti, who is headed to Arizona.
Centennial's best player might be senior wide receiver Malachi Riley.
13. Bergen Catholic High School (Oradell, New Jersey)
2021 record: 12-0 (Non-Public A state champion)
Head coach: Vito Campanile
Key players: DE/OLB D.J. Samuels, DL Sydir Mitchell, ATH Kaj Sanders
First three games: Aug. 27 vs. Cardinal Gibbons (North Carolina), Sept. 2 at No. 11 Saguaro (Arizona), Sept. 10 at Delbarton
Bottom line: You can't help but feel a little bit of sympathy for the offensive lines that have to come up with a way to block Bergen Catholic's defensive front this year. Because D.J. Samuels and Sydir Mitchell will be a nightmare for opponents once again.
Mitchell, 6-foot-5 and 335 pounds, is committed to Texas and had 40 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and two sacks in 2021. Samuels, 6-3 and 240 pounds, had 15 tackles for loss, 10.5 sacks and is committed to play for Maryland.
12. Chandler High School (Chandler, Arizona)
2021 record: 11-2 (Open Division state runner-up)
Head coach: Rick Garretson
Key players: QB Dylan Raiola, DL A'mauri Washington, OL Nicolas Martin, WR Justice Spann, DB Kennedy Urlacher
First three games: Sept. 2 at Cathedral Catholic (California), Sept. 9 vs. Corona del Sol, Sept. 15 at Notre Dame
Bottom line: Chandler's fortunes for the 2022 season took a big turn when quarterback Dylan Raiola, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2024, transferred in from a school Burleson High in Texas. Raiola, 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds, is committed to Ohio State and was named the Texas District 5-Class 5A II Offensive MVP as a sophomore in 2021.
Chandler has won all six of its state championships in the last decade and saw its streak of five consecutive state titles come to an end in 2021 with a loss to rival Saguaro in the Open Division championship game.
11. Jesuit High School (Tampa, Florida)
2021 record: 15-0 (Class 6A state champion)
Head coach: Matt Thompson
Key players: LB Troy Bowles, QB Luke Knight, OL Wesley Shaw, DL Peter Pesansky
First three games: Aug. 26 at Wharton, Sept. 2 vs. Treasure Coast, Sept. 9 at Miami Columbus
Bottom line: Jesuit won its first state championship in 53 years in 2021 when it went 15-0 and handed Class 7A state champion St. Thomas Aquinas its only loss of the year.
Jesuit returns much of its nucleus from last year's title team, led by 6-foot-1, 205-pound senior linebacker Troy Bowles, a four-star recruit who led the team in tackles the last two seasons and is the son of Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles.
Troy Bowles is committed to play for Georgia, the defending national champion.
10. Saguaro High School (Scottsdale, Arizona)
2021 record: 12-1 (Open Division state champion)
Head coach: Jason Mohns
Key players: WR Deric English, CB Cole Shivers, QB Devon Dampier, LB John Butler, CB Carlo Griffin, RB Zaccheus Cooper, CB Levi Robins, RB Jaedon Mathews
First three games: Sept. 2 vs. No. 13 Bergen Catholic (New Jersey), Sept. 9 at Queen Creek, Sept. 16 vs. O'Connor
Bottom line: Saguaro High delivered one of the all-time greatest upsets in Arizona high school football history when it took down five-time defending state champion Chandler High in the 2021 Open Division state championship game.
No one was better down the stretch for Saguaro than 5-foot-11, 185-pound senior quarterback Devon Dampier. He racked up 1,429 yards of total offense and 17 touchdowns (10 rushing, seven passing) after sitting out the first five games of the season per transfer rules and not becoming the full-time starter until late in the season.
Saguaro opens the season with a Top 25 matchup against No. 13 Bergen Catholic and has a regular-season rematch at Chandler on Sept. 23.
9. Thompson High School (Alabaster, Alabama)
2021 record: 13-1 (Class 7A state champion)
Head coach: Mark Freeman
Key players: DB Tony Mitchell, DL Peter Woods, OT Stanton Ramil, QB Zach Sims, DB Anquon Fegans
First three games: Aug. 19 at No. 16 Buford (Georgia), Aug. 27 vs. Lipscomb Academy (Tennessee), Sept. 2 at Vestavia Hills
Bottom line: Thompson has won three consecutive Class 7A state championships and plays No. 16 Buford in its season opener on Aug. 19.
Senior defensive back and Alabama commit Tony Mitchell is 39-2 as a starter over the last three seasons and is one of the nation's top recruits. Head coach Mark Freeman has won nine state championships at three Alabama high schools — Bessemer Academy, Spanish Fort and Thompson.
8. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
2021 record: 14-1 (Class 7A state champion)
Head coach: Roger Harriott
Key players: DB King Mack, RB Xavier Terrell, WR James Madison II, DB Conrad Hussey, LB Jayvant Brown
First three games: Aug. 27 vs. No. 19 St. Joseph's Prep (Pennsylvania), Sept. 3 vs. St. Peter's Prep (New Jersey), Sept. 9 vs. Cocoa
Bottom line: St. Thomas Aquinas has won three consecutive Class 7A state championships, going 14-1 in 2021 with its only loss coming to Class 6A state champion Tampa Jesuit.
Aquinas actually finished one spot behind Jesuit in five national polls — USA Today (No. 9), MaxPreps (No. 9), High School Football America (No. 6), BlueStar Media (No. 7) and SB Live/Sports Illustrated (No. 13).
Aquinas opens the season with a huge home game against No. 19 St. Joseph's Prep on Aug. 27. The Raiders have two of the nation's best safeties in Penn State commits Conrad Hussey and King Mack.
7. St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, Maryland)
2021 record: 8-1 (No. 4 in final USA Today and MaxPreps national polls)
Head coach: Messay Hailemariam
Key players: DL Dashawn Womack, DL Isaiah. Neal, RB Durrell Robinson, QB Michael Van Buren, LB Gabriel Williams
First three games: Aug. 27 vs. East St. Louis (Illinois), Sept. 3 at DeSoto (Texas), Sept. 16 at Venice (Florida)
Bottom line: St. Frances Academy became so good at football that teams within the state of Maryland have refused to play them since 2018. The school's plight was the subject of the HBO documentary "The Cost of Winning" in 2020.
The Panthers went 8-1 in 2021 and finished No. 4 in both the USA Today and MaxPreps final national polls. They also finished at No. 8 in the final BlueStar Media national poll. They have arguably the toughest schedule in the nation in 2022, playing against large-class state champions Venice (Florida), Kahuku (Hawaii) and state runner-up Dutch Fork (South Carolina).
St. Frances ends the season against powerhouse IMG Academy (Florida) on Nov. 18 in what could become a de facto national championship game.
6. Bishop Gorman High School (Las Vegas, Nevada)
2021 record: 12-1 (Class 5A state champion)
Head coach: Brent Browner
Key players: WR Zachariah Branch, DB Kodi Decambra, DB Justyn Rhett, QB Micah Alejado
First three games: Aug. 19 vs. Corner Canyon, Aug. 26 vs. No. 3 Mater Dei (California), Sept. 2 at St. Louis (Hawaii)
Bottom line: If you have any interest in seeing exactly what the highest level of high school football looks like, make sure you tune in when Bishop Gorman hosts No. 3 Mater Dei on Aug. 26. The two schools have combined for seven national championships in the last decade.
Gorman's headliner in 2022 is wide receiver Zachariah Branch, a five-star USC commit who had 48 receptions for 1,094 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2021 as he led the Gaels to their 18th state championship.
Branch, the 2021 Nevada Gatorade Athlete of the Year in Track and Field, has speed you don't see very often, on any level.
5. North Shore High School (Houston, Texas)
2021 record: 15-1 (Class 6A Division I state champion)
Head coach: Jon Kay
Key players: CB Jacoby Davis, WR David Amador, DB Jayven Anderson, QB Kaleb Bailey, DB Devin Sanchez
First three games: Aug. 25 vs. The Woodlands, Sept. 3 at Spring, Sept. 9 vs. Westfield
Bottom line: Houston North Shore has become one of the nation's premier teams in the last decade, winning three state championships in the last four years. Each of those titles came with a win over the same team, Duncanville, in the state finals and included a national championship in 2018.
The man behind North Shore's success has been head coach Jon Kay, who has won four of the school's five state championships as head coach and was the defensive coordinator when they won their first state title in 2003.
No player on Kay's current roster creates more buzz than 6-foot-1, 185-pound sophomore quarterback Kaleb Bailey, who took over as starter midway through his freshman year and led the team to a state championship in the state's largest division. He also brought home Offensive MVP honors in the state title game and was named a MaxPreps Freshman All-American.
4. Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, California)
2021 record: 12-0 (CIF Open Division state champion)
Head coach: Bruce Rollinson
Key players: QB Elijah Brown
First three games: Aug. 19 vs. Salt Lake City West (Utah), Aug. 26 at No. 8 Bishop Gorman (Nevada), Sept. 2 at No. 14 Centennial
Bottom line: Mater Dei went undefeated and won the California Open Division state championship in 2021, along with sweeping every high school national championship that was on the table — the sixth national title in school history. Quarterback Elijah Brown was also named the National MaxPreps Sophomore of the Year.
Once again, the Monarchs will play a nationally competitive schedule that includes a game at No. 4 Bishop Gorman on Aug. 26 in Las Vegas. That said, there are bigger problems going on at Mater Dei than winning or losing football games right now.
3. Westlake High School (Austin, Texas)
2021 record: 16-0 (Class 6A Division II state champion)
Head coach: Tony Salazar
Key players: WR Jaden Greathouse, DE Colton Vasek, WR Keaton Kubecka, OL T.J. Shanahan, RB Jack Kayser
First three games: Aug. 26 vs. Ridge Point, Sept. 2 at Converse Judson, Sept. 8 at Akins
Bottom line: Legendary Texas high school football coach Todd Dodge retired after the 2021 season, closing things out with his third consecutive state championship and handing Westlake off to defensive coordinator Tony Salazar on a 40-game winning streak.
While Westlake lost once-in-a-lifetime quarterback Cade Klubnik to graduation, they still have a once-in-a-lifetime wide receiver in 6-foot-2, 215-pound Notre Dame commit Jaden Greathouse, who is already a three-year starter and has career numbers that put him among the greatest high school receiver of all time — 182 receptions, 3,134 receiving yards and 43 touchdowns.
Greathouse was the Offensive MVP of the Class 6A Division II state championship game with seven receptions for 236 yards and three touchdowns in a 40-21 win over Denton Guyer.
2. St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower, California)
2021 record: 10-2 (lost in CIF Southern Division semifinals)
Head coach: Jason Negro
Key players: DE/TE Matayo Uiagalelei, WR DeAndre Moore Jr., CB Aaron Williams, S Peyton Woodyard, QB Pierce Clarkson, WR Jahlil McClain, LB Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa
First three games: Aug. 26 at Allen (Texas), Sept. 2 at Bishop Amat (California), Sept. 9 at Portland Central Catholic (Oregon)
Bottom line: St. John Bosco has the depth to win its fourth state championship in the last decade and first since 2019.
On defense, Bosco has six players in its secondary either committed to play for FBS schools or holding FBS offers, but the player to watch on that side of the ball is 6-foot-5, 265-pound defensive end Matayo Uiagalelei, a five-star recruit who projects as a future first-round pick in the NFL draft.
On offense, a pair of Louisville commits, wide receivers DeAndre Moore Jr. and Jahlil McClain, will need to have a big season with quarterback Pierce Clarkson, who split time with Michigan State quarterback Katin Houser last season.
1. IMG Academy (Bradenton, Florida)
2021 record: 9-1 (No. 17 in final MaxPreps Top 25 and USA Today Top 25)
Head coach: Billy Miller
Key players: OT Francis Mauigoa, CB Desmond Ricks, WR Carnell Tate, DE Samuel M'Pemba, DE Jayden Wayne, TE Riley Williams, LB Jordan Hall, RB Jerrick Gibson, CB Ellis Robinson IV, DL David Stone, ATH Jonathan Echols, QB Jayden Bradford
First three games: Aug. 26 vs. Miami Central, Sept. 2 at De Smet Jesuit (Missouri), Sept. 9 at Salt Lake City East (Utah)
Bottom line: IMG Academy has a great shot at winning its second national championship in three seasons with three top 30 recruits from the Class of 2023, led by Ohio State commit Carnell Tate at wide receiver.
We wanted to note that IMG doesn't play for FHSAA state championships, and of the nine games currently on its schedule, it plays teams from seven different states and from Canada.
The game to circle on the schedule is a Nov. 18 matchup against No. 7 St. Frances Academy from Baltimore, a team that has beaten IMG the last two times they've played.
Stadium Talk's Preseason High School Football Ranking
Here’s the Stadium Talk Top 25 High School Football Rankings for the preseason.
- IMG Academy (Bradenton, Florida)
- St. John Bosco (Bellflower, California)
- Westlake (Austin, Texas)
- Mater Dei (Santa Ana, California)
- North Shore (Houston, Texas)
- Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas, Nevada)
- St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, Maryland)
- St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
- Thompson (Alabaster, Alabama)
- Saguaro (Saguaro, Arizona)
- Jesuit (Tampa, Florida)
- Chandler (Chandler, Arizona)
- Bergen Catholic (Oradell, New Jersey)
- Centennial (Corona, California)
- Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas)
- Buford (Buford, Georgia)
- Guyer (Denton, Texas)
- Grayson (Loganville, Georgia)
- St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
- Cathedral (Indianapolis, Indiana)
- St. Edward’s (Lakewood, Ohio)
- Martin Luther King (Detroit, Michigan)
- Kahuku (Kahuku, Hawaii)
- Skyridge (Lehi, Utah)
- Cherry Creek (Greenwood Village, Colorado)