Carolina GridIron Preseason High School Football Top 15 with Dudley Panthers #1 and Eastern Guilford #5 in the 3-A’s

Posted by Andy Durham on August 2, 2017 at 10:22 am under High School | Read the First Comment

PRESEASON TOP 15 NAMED BY CAROLINA GRIDIRON

CarolinaGridiron.com has ranked the football teams in North Carolina. With the recent 20-30-
30-20 realignment, many teams are playing in new classifications. Defending 4AA champion
Wake Forest takes the top spot in 4A while 2A #1 Shelby is looking for its fifth title in a row.
Greensboro Dudley is looking to excel in their return to the 3A ranks. Tarboro holds the top spot
in the 1A classification. These rankings will be updated each week during the regular season.

Look for locals like Dudley, Eastern Guilford, West Forsyth, East Forsyth, Mount Tabor, Western Alamance and Reidsville…….

4A
1. Wake Forest
2. Scotland
3. Charlotte Mallard Creek
4. West Forsyth
5. Charlotte Vance
6. East Forsyth
7. Raleigh Sanderson
8. Matthews Butler
9. Apex Middle Creek
10. Wake Forest Heritage
11. West Mecklenburg
12. Charlotte Myers Park
13. Charlotte Harding
14. Cornelius Hough
15. Richmond Senior

3A
1. Greensboro Dudley
2. Fayetteville Cape Fear
3. Charlotte Catholic
4. Asheville Reynolds
5. Eastern Guilford
6. Havelock
7. Western Alamance
8. Monroe
9. Weddington
10. Kannapolis Brown
11. Indian Trail Sun Valley
12. Winston-Salem Mount Tabor
13. Orange
14. Southern Nash
15. Greenville Conley

2A
1. Shelby
2. Belmont South Point
3. Elizabeth City Northeastern
4. West Craven
5. North Davidson
6. East Duplin
7. Lenoir Hibriten
8. Clinton
9. Reidsville
10. Hendersonville
11. Wallace-Rose Hill
12. Hertford County
13. Franklin
14. Burnsville Mountain Heritage
15. Lincolnton

1A
1. Tarboro
2. Murphy
3. Edenton Holmes
4. North Rowan
5. Mitchell
6. Mount Airy
7. Plymouth
8. Swain County
9. West Montgomery
10. Mount Holly Mountain Island Charter
11. Cherokee
12. East Surry
13. North Stanly
14. East Carteret
15. East Wilkes


  • Ted Roe said,

    The 3A will be the most competitive in the state. If Robert Bailey of Scotland were not a glorified Pop Warner coach, then the Scots may play Wake Forest in the 4AA championship, but the guy is a typical coach in an area ladened with talent versus possessing coaching talent.