2016 NUC Sports National High School Football Rankings Top 25 Week 11 per NUC Sports Magazine and Barry Every

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After two weeks of no change in the NUC Sports National High School Top 25 a couple of ranked schools succumbed to the loss column. Falling out of the Top 25 is St. John Bosco (Calif.) and Clinton (Miss.).

2016 NUC Sports National High School Top 25

Week 11

"Bishop Gorman and Tate Martell continue to dominate after winning their 48th game in a row in impressive fashion."

David Schuman, CEO, NUC Sports

After two weeks of no change in the NUC Sports National High School Top 25 a couple of ranked schools succumbed to the loss column. Falling out of the Top 25 is St. John Bosco (Calif.) and Clinton (Miss.).

The Braves fell 26-21 to Mater Dei (Calif.) earning their second loss of this season; thus by rule are no longer eligible for entry in the Top 25. The Arrows fell 50-32 to Warren Central (Miss.) earning their first loss of the season.

Moving into the NUC Sports Top 25 is The Woodlands (Texas) and Loyola Academy (Ill.). The Highlanders come in at #24 and the Ramblers make their entry at #25.

In a battle of South Dallas Metroplex supremacy DeSoto (Texas) knocked off Duncanville (Texas) 41-17. Eagle signal caller Shawn Robinson was 16 of 29 for 265 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran the ball 14 times for 86 yards and two scores in the victory. For his superior performance Robinson earns the NUC Sports National High School Top 25 Player of the Week.

There are two really great matchups to keep an eye on this week. Grayson (Ga.) #13 (7-1) heads out of state to take on Hoover (Ala.) (8-1). Down in the Bayou John Curtis (La.) #16 (7-0) battles bitter rival Archbishop Rummel (La.) (6-1).

Top 25

1.   Bishop Gorman (NV) Gaels

Head Coach: Kenneth Sanchez

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Tate Martell accounted for four scores and the Gaels won their 48th game in a row versus a Nevada School in their 71-0 win over Desert Oasis.

Next Game: 10/27 vs. Durango, NV (6-1)

2.   DeMatha Catholic (MD) Stags

Head Coach: Elijah Brooks

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: The Stags pitched their first shutout of the season in their 42-0 win over Archbishop Carroll, VA.

Next Game: 11/4 @ Good Counsel, MD (5-2)

3.   Saguaro (AZ) Sabercats

Head Coach: Jason Mohns

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Stone Matthews ran the ball 17 times for 239 yards and three scores in the Sabercats 63-0 win over Shadow Mountain, AZ.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Cactus Shadows, AZ (6-3)

4.   Manvel (TX) Mavericks

Head Coach: Kirk Martin

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Kason Martin was 14 of 17 for 186 yards and five touchdowns in the Mavericks 51-10 win over Texas City, TX.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Santa Fe, TX (3-5)

5.   American Heritage (FL) Patriots

Head Coach: Pat Surtain

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Jason Brown was 10 of 14 for 155 yards and accounted for three scores in the Patriots 44-21 win over Jackson, FL.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Hallandale, FL (3-5)

6.   Allen (TX) Eagles

Head Coach: Terry Gambill

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Brock Sturges and Juwan Robinson combined for 16 carries for 131 yards and five scores in Eagles 59-7 win over McKinney, TX.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Plano East, TX (5-3)

7.   Mater Dei (CA) Monarchs

Head Coach: Bruce  Rollinson

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Amon-ra St. Brown returned a punt 75 yards for a score in the Monarchs 26-21 win over St. John Bosco, CA.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Servite, CA (4-4)

8.   DeSoto (TX) Eagles

Head Coach: Todd Peterman

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: KD Nixon caught nine passes for 166 yards and two scores in the Eagles 41-17 win over Duncanville, TX.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Irving Nimitz, TX (2-6)

9.   Roswell (GA) Hornets

Head Coach: John Ford

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Sam DiRoberto picked off two passes in the Hornets 17-14 win over Etowah, GA.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Woodstock, GA (5-3)

10. Cass Tech (MI) Technicians

Head Coach: Thomas Wilcher

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: The Technicians beat King, MI 41-20 earning the Detroit Public School League DI Title.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Fordson, MI (8-1) First Round MHSAA Playoffs

11. Mountain Pointe (AZ) Pride

Head Coach: Norris Vaughn

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: The Pride defense allowed just four passing yards on nine attempts in their 38-0 win over Corona del Sol, AZ.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Gilbert, AZ (1-8)

12. Centennial (CA) Huskies

Head Coach: Matt Logan

Record: (7-1)

Last Week: Miles Reed carried the ball ten times for 134 yards and three scores in the Huskies 64-14 win over Corona, CA.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Norco, CA (6-2)

13. Grayson (GA) Rams

Head Coach: Jeff Herron

Record: (7-1)

Last Week: The Ram defense gave up just 63 total yards in 34-0 win over Newton, GA.

Next Game: 10/28 @ Hoover, AL (8-1)

14. Mission Viejo (CA) Diablos

Head Coach: Bob Johnson

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Matt McDonald was nine of 10 for 199 yards and four touchdown as the Diablos torched Trabuco Hill, CA 68-0.

Next Game: 11/4 @ San Clemente, CA (6-2)

15. Bingham (UT) Miners

Head Coach: John Lambourne

Record: (10-0)

Last Week: Tate Peterson ran for three scores in the Miners 28-7 win over Brighton, UT.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Taylorsville, UT (4-6) First Round UHSAA Playoffs

16. John Curtis (LA) Patriots

Head Coach: JT Curtis

Record: (7-0)

Last Week: Collin Guggenheim ran for two scores in the Patriots 27-6 win over Holy Cross, LA.

Next Game: 10/29 @ Archbishop Rummel, LA (6-1)

17. Jenks (OK) Trojans

Head Coach: Allan Trimble

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Isaiah Epps caught 11 passes for 239 yards and two scores and Jordon Curtis ran the ball five times for 159 yards and three scores in the Trojans 55-13 win over Yukon, OK.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Westmoore, OK (5-3)

18. Colerain (OH) Cardinals

Head Coach: Tom Bolden

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Manalo Caldwell ran for 98 yards and two scores as the Cardinal pitched their second straight shutout this time 31-0 over Lakota West, OH.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Oak Hills, OH (4-5)

19. Trinity (KY) Shamrocks

Head Coach: Bob Beatty

Record: (10-0)

Last Week: Spencer Blackburn was 17 of 23 for 243 yards and three scores and the Rocks “D” allowed just 38 total yards in 55-0 win over Ballard, KY.

Next Game: Regular season complete awaiting KHSAA playoff pairings

20. Mill Creek (GA) Hawks

Head Coach: Shannon Jarvis

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Anthony Presto ran for 124 yards and one score in the Hawks 35-23 win over Mountain View, GA.

Next Game: 11/4 @ Duluth, GA (2-6)

21. McGill-Toolen (AL) Yellow Jackets

Head Coach: Caleb Ross

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Bubba Thompson was 15 of 28 for 277 yards and five touchdowns in the Yellow Jackets 43-7 win over Theodore, AL.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Fairhope, AL (2-7)

22. Edna Karr (LA) Cougars

Head Coach: Brice Brown

Record: (7-0)

Last Week: Romoad Jefferson caught three pass for 119 yards all going for scores in the Cougars 50-0 win over Belle Chase, LA.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Easton, LA (5-3)

23. Denton Ryan (TX) Raiders

Head Coach: Dave Heniga

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Spencer Sanders threw for 271 yards and four score, three to Gabriel Douglas, in the Raiders 56-14 win over Wichita Falls, TX.

Next Game: 10/27 vs. Denison, TX (4-4)

24. The Woodlands (TX) Highlanders

Head Coach: Mark Schmid

Record: (8-0)

Last Week: Eric Schmid was 14 of 20 for 154 yards and three scores in the Highlanders 48-7 win over Conroe, TX.

Next Game: 10/28 vs. Montgomery, TX (6-2)

 25. Loyola Academy (IL) Ramblers

Head Coach: John Holecek

Record: (9-0)

Last Week: Jumbo athlete Jake Marwede ran for four scores in the Ramblers 48-37 win over Brother Rice, IL.

Next Game: 10/29 vs. O’Fallon, IL (5-4) First Round IHSA Playoffs

Just Outside: Apopka, FL (8-0); Catholic-BR, LA (8-0); Cedar Ridge, TX (9-0); East-SLC, UT (10-0); Hoover,  AL (8-1); Narbonne, CA (8-0); Neville, LA (7-0); Oakland, TN (9-0); St. John Bosco, CA (6-2); St. Joseph’s Prep, PA (7-0); St. Thomas Aquinas, FL (5-2); Steele, TX (7-1); Warren Central, IN (8-1); Wayne, OH (8-0-1); West Orange-Stark, TX (8-0)

Programs like Alabama, Rutgers, Ohio State, USC, Florida State and Oregon has had a vast amount of players that were first recognized as a prospect at an NUC camp. Formerly known as the National Underclassmen Combines, The NUC has expanded into All Star Games, 7v7 camps, and showcases. Most notably the NUC All American Game that had two Heisman Trophy award winners, Marcus Mariota and Johnny Manziel. In fact, 3 of the last 4 Heisman Trophy winners were NUC Sports alumnae.

There are over 10,000 alumnae that signed with Division 1 programs since its inception in 2005. The program started in New Jersey with 1 camp and 141 athletes has grown to over 20,000 athletes per year in over 40 states. Humble beginnings in 2005 were attended by current NFL stars Joe Haden and Tyrod Taylor.

You can see the 2017 schedule at www.nucsports.com as well as find out more information by going to the website.

The camps and combines were started by founder David Schuman, who got his start in football as a high school All American and starting linebacker at the University of Connecticut.

"It was my plan to give athletes the forum to utilize their athletic ability in football to put themselves in a position to get a college degree," says Schuman.

"There is no greater thrill then receiving an email or call from an athlete telling me they are getting a scholarship or that they have an opportunity that they might not have had before. My job is to give athletes the opportunity to show what they have and then to get that information to the college coaches!" 

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