FINAL Divisional State FB Rankings

Running back Nathaniel Frazier of Mater Dei runs out onto the field during CIF Open Division state championship. Frazier has signed a letter of intent with Georgia. Photo: Scott Kurtz.


When the very first Cal-Hi Sports state football rankings were compiled in the late 1970s by founder Nelson Tennis, they were done in five divisions (Class AAAA, etc.). Sorry for the delay in getting them out, but here they are for the 2023 season. Already announced as No. 1 teams were Mater Dei of Santa Ana (D1), La Serna of Whittier (D2), Central Valley Christian of Visalia (D3), Escalon (D4) and Woodland Christian (D5).

FOR THE OVERALL FINAL STATE TOP 75 (1-25), CLICK HERE.

FOR THE OVERALL FINAL STATE TOP 75 (26-75), CLICK HERE.

FOR THE FINAL STATE RANKINGS IN MEDIUM SCHOOL/SMALL SCHOOL FORMAT, CLICK HERE.

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(All based on section by section playoff formats plus combination of enrollment and traditional placement into state rankings that we have done for nearly 45 years)
(After all games played in 2023 season)

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