Sammy Swordsman Posted August 20, 2022 Share Posted August 20, 2022 Only teams who have played a game can be listed. Tiers 4-6 to be released on Sunday 8/21 Tier 1-3 to be released on Sunday 8/28 Tier 1 - Tier 2 – Tier 3 - Tier 4 - Mission Viejo, Timpview (UT), Lipscomb Academy, Tier 5 - St. Ed, Center Grove, Colquitt, Lone Peak, Grayson, Santa Margarita, North Cobb, Lee County Tier 6 - Folsom**, Hoban, Lakota West, JSerra, Poly, Pick Central, Mililani, OLU, Serra (gardena), Marietta, Dungeon Tier - Servite, Thompson, Hoover, Milton, Deerfield Beach, Lowndes, Alemeny New addition is the Dungeon Tier. Teams with the most precipitous year over year decline, from a National team to not being relevant, Choking in a key game, and/or falling significantly short of expectations. Also teams with horrorendous schedules well below their pay grade may be included. * - Indicates teams on probation for their Tier. ** - Indicates Johnny Stanton rule in effect. (dropped due to uncertainty around injury to star player). *Requests to add your team will be honored. But must be Tier 6 or above to be placed on a Tier. Below is an explanation of the Methodolgy used to place the teams on various Tiers. The Tier concept recognizes that W/L records are a function of quality of opponent, and as such, RELEVANCY of opponent MUST be factored in. The Tiers recognizes that in some cases, a 10-0 team (ranked in Top 100 by some outlets) could get blown off the field by a 5-5 (unranked) team that played a tougher schedule. This is why the Tiers was created. *Not attempting to rank every team, only the ones we discuss on this site. *Teams are ranked appropriately for that week in the season. Teams can improve and regress comparatively. * The Tiers are fluid and subject to extreme fluctuations early in the year, leveling out as the year progresses. *Tier placements consider a team’s entire body of work, however are weighted heaviest on recent games and game weights decrease in significance in reverse order. In other words, early road OOS losses to relevant teams can be overcome as the season progresses. *Teams placed on the same Tier can compete with other same Tier teams and possibly win 2+ of 10. *Basically there is a – 2 score drop between tiers. Could vary from a TD to 3 scores depending on the styles of teams playing. This does not necessarily mean that there is a 30 point difference between Tier 1 and Tier 3, only that the chances of a Tier 3 team beating a Tier 1 team are exponentially less than the chances of a Tier 2 Team beating a Tier 1 team. *The Final Tiers will ultimately be made up of (4-16) teams per Tier that would form competitive playoff brackets. *Tiers are based on exhaustive research, Multiple games watched, and good gut feelings. *This is a crowd sourced rating. All input will be considered and adjustments will be made as appropriate 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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