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Three Alabama powers land in the HSFA National Top 100

Three Alabama powers, all from Class 7A Region 3, landed on the first in-season national Top 100 rankings from High School Football America


#3 Thompson Warriors

The two time defending 7A state champions lead Alabama squads in the national ranking coming in a No. 3, coming in behind California’s Mater Dei and Westlake of Austin, TX.  The Warriors are coming off a 55-0 drubbing of the Oxford Yellow Jackets in the first week of the Alabama high school football season.  Thompson signal caller Connor Harrell completed 11-of-14 passes for 215 yards and four touchdowns in the season opening route.  The Warriors host the Sparkman Senators (0-1) this Friday night before stepping into region play September 3rd, on the road at Tuscaloosa County (1-0).


#23 Hoover Bucs

The Hoover Bucs claimed the No. 23 spot after a week 1 victory over Georgia’s North Gwinnett High 38-14 in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.  Quarterback Bennett Meredith completed 16-of-26 passes for 333 yards and three touchdowns in the Corky Kell Classic win.  Josh Niblett’s Bucs take on another team from the Peach State Friday night, welcoming the Alpharetta Raiders to the Hoover Met.  The Bucs kick off Region 3 play September 3rd against arch rival Vestavia Hills at Thompson Reynolds Stadium. 


#36 Hewitt-Trussville Huskies

Josh Floyd’s Huskies took the No. 36 spot in the national poll following a 49-27 victory over reigning state champion and the preseason No. 1 team in Class 6A Pinson Valley Indians.  Hewitt quarterback Cade Ott Carruth completed 22-of-31 passes for 333 yards and three touchdowns while running six times for 47 yards and two scores in the east Jefferson County showdown.  The Huskies stay in Class 6A this week, welcoming the Saraland Spartans (0-1) to Husky Field.  They will step into region play September 3rd, at home against the Spain Park Jaguars.


An additional three in-state squads, the Central-Phenix City Red Devils, Clay-Chalkville Cougars and Daphne Trojans fell just outside the top 100.

Click here to check out the full High School Football America Top 100