Rivals complied a list of the top high school programs in the country based on five and four star talent produced since the inception of the Rivals 250 back in 2006. Some of those who made the list are no surprise:
1. St Thomas Aquinas
Five-stars: Lamarcus Joyner, Sam Young
Four-stars: Marcus Roberson, Major Wright, Brandon Linder, Daniel Wenger, Bobby Hart, Jelani Hamilton, Duron Carter, Cody Riggs, Marcus Gilbert, Giovanni Bernard.
2. Miami Northwestern
Five-stars: Marcus Forston
Four-stars: Brandon Washington, Amari Cooper, Teddy Bridgewater, Jacory Harris, Aldarius Johnson, Sean Spence, Tommy Streeter, Michaelee Harris, Benjamin Harris.
Nine teams tied at 6...
6. Glades Central
Four-stars: Kelvin Benjamin, Deonte Thompson, Damien Berry, Earnest McCoy, Johnnie Lee Dixon, Rantavious Wooten.
6. Byrnes High School (South Carolina)
Five-stars: Marcus Lattimore
Four-stars: Corey Miller, Wily Korn, Brandon Willis, Everett Dawkins, Prince Miller
6.Palm Beach Dwyer
Five-stars: Matt Elam
Four-stars: Nick O'Leary, Gerald Christian, Jacoby Brissett, Curt Maggitt, Patrick Miller
NOT ON THE LIST IS EVEN MORE SURPRISING...
3. North Ft Myers
4. Tampa Plant
5. Miami Central
6. Jacksonville Bolles
7. Tallahassee Lincoln
8. Titusville Astronaut
9. Madison County Cowboys
10. St Petersburg Lakewood Ranch
Interesting since most of the schools have a tradition of producing top talent