1. Booker T. Washington, Miami, FL (10-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 1) Backup quarterback Malik Atkins led the Tornadoes to a 62-0 rout over Edison (FL) on Friday.
Sandy Creek (Ga.) 24, Carrollton (Ga.) 7: The Patriots’ defense gave up a touchdown on the first drive to the host Trojans and held them scoreless the rest of the way.
According to the 247Composite prospect rankings which factor in the rankings of all the major recruiting networks, Alabama has had the No. 1 offensive center committed since June.
I want to suggest something that you might find hard to believe. I think being a high school football coach is harder than being a college football coach.