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Georgia High School Football Rankings

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The high school sports statistics and rankings site Maxpreps released their latest rankings of Class 6A and 7A high school football programs throughout the state. These rankings are based on internal polling, recent history, number of ranked recruits, and prior postseason performance.

The top 10 teams ranked are listed below:

10. Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (McDonough)

9. Cedar Grove (Ellenwood)

8. Colquitt County (Norman Park)

7. Brookwood (Snellville)

6. Collins Hill (Suwanee)

5. Grayson (Loganville)

4. North Cobb (Kennesaw)

3. Mill Creek (Hoschton)

2. Langston Hughes (Fairburn)

1. Buford HS (Buford)

All teams on the list have started their season 1-0, with the next games scheduled for August 26th.

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