Football Top 20: Final rankings for a 2017 season

For a third time in 4 seasons, a Maryland open propagandize finishes on tip of The Post’s high propagandize football rankings. In 2014, it was Douglass. In 2015, it was Damascus. And now, undefeated Wise is No. 1 during season’s end.

In September, Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion St. John’s, The Post’s No. 2 team, mislaid to California schools St. John Bosco, that mislaid a state semifinal to Mater Dei, and De La Salle, that faces Mater Dei for a state championship this weekend. A two-loss group has finished No. 1 in a rankings only once given 1992 (Good Counsel in 2010).

At Hampton University on Sunday, Tuscarora and Westfield played for Virginia state titles. In Class 5, Richmond-area propagandize Highland Springs won a third true pretension diversion opposite a Loudoun County opponent. After wins opposite Stone Bridge in 2015 and 2016, a Springers kick Tuscarora, 40-27. In a final diversion of a season, Westfield won, 28-21, opposite Chesapeake’s Oscar Smith in Class 6. The Bulldogs sojourn during No. 4 behind Damascus; both teams went undefeated and won a third true state title.

1. Wise (14-0) Last week: 1

Senior defensive behind A.J. Lytton pronounced he is still committed to Florida State after a depart of manager Jimbo Fisher.

2. St. John’s (9-2) LW: 2

Senior defensive tackle Cam Goode, who is committed to Virginia Tech, posted 14 sacks and 29 tackles for loss.

3. Damascus (14-0) LW: 3

The Swarmin’ Hornets have not mislaid given Dec. 4, 2014.

4. Westfield (15-0) LW: 4

The Bulldogs degraded Oscar Smith, 28-21, on Sunday for their third uninterrupted Virginia Class 6 state championship.

5. Quince Orchard (12-2) LW: 6

Senior quarterback Doc Bonner, who is committed to Dartmouth, had 42 sum touchdowns.

6. Gonzaga (8-4) LW: 7

Eleven former Gonzaga players were in a college football postseason opposite FBS, FCS and Division II.

7. Woodbridge (12-2) LW: 8

Lineman Henry Chibueze, far-reaching receiver Andrew Hardin and all-purpose actor Dashaun Jerkins were comparison to a Virginia Region 6C first-team offense.

8. Good Counsel (8-3) LW: 9

Junior Jalen Green set a propagandize record with 12 sacks.

9. Tuscarora (12-3) LW: 5

The Huskies mislaid to Highland Springs, 40-27, in a Virginia Class 5 state final Sunday.

10. Ballou (9-4) LW: 10

Senior quarterback Terrlonta Buchanan perceived a grant offer from Bowie State on Thursday.

11. Stone Bridge (12-1) LW: 11

Senior far-reaching receiver Daniel Thompson led a area in receiving yards (1,454) and touchdown catches (21).

12. South Lakes (11-2) LW: 12

Senior Spencer Alston scored 33 sum touchdowns.

13. Eleanor Roosevelt (9-3) LW: 13

Senior quarterback Jaden Faulkner rushed for 1,382 yards and had 27 sum touchdowns.

14. North Point (12-1) LW: 14

After their initial outing to a Maryland state semifinals, a Eagles finish a deteriorate ranked for a initial time given a propagandize non-stop in 2005.

15.  DeMatha (6-5) LW: 15

After finishing No. 1 final season, a Stags finished a deteriorate outward a tip 10 for a initial time given they were unranked in 2011.

16. Flint Hill (11-0) LW: 16

The Huskies capped an undefeated deteriorate with their initial Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division we state title.

17. Landon (9-1) LW: 17

The Bears finished a deteriorate in a tip 20 for a initial time given 1994.

18. Theodore Roosevelt (11-2) LW: 18

After a 2-2 start, a Rough Riders sealed a deteriorate with 9 true wins and a DCSAA category A championship.

19. C.H. Flowers (10-1) LW: 19

Senior Jamree Kromah, who is committed to Old Dominion, available 27 sacks.

20. Friendship Collegiate (8-4) LW: 20

The Knights mislaid 3 true games early before rallying to make a DCSAA Class AA final, where they lost, 39-28, to Ballou.

Dropped out:  None

On a bubble: Freedom-Woodbridge (11-1), Howard (11-2), Gwynn Park (11-2)

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