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What are the Dynasty Rankings? – The Dynasty Rankings are a compilation of my Top 100 polls since 2008.

How are points earned? – Points are earned by finishing in the final poll each season.   A school is awarded 25 points for finishing in the Top 100 of a year end poll.    In addition, each school in the poll also receives points based on their finish in the poll.    For instance, a school ranked at the top of the poll receives 125 points while the team that finishes ranked 100th receives 26 points.

How many teams are in the poll? – There are currently 561 teams in the 2023 Dynasty Rankings.   California leads with 54 teams, Texas is next at 61 teams, followed by Florida at 54 teams, Georgia with 37 teams and Ohio with 28 teams.    Delaware, Maine, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Rhode Island do not have any teams in the poll.

Who is the top ranked team at the conclusion of the last season? – Concord (CA) De La Salle was the top ranked team at the end of the 2023 season.    De La Salle has led the poll since 2012.    Ramsay (NJ) Don Bosco Prep led in years 2010-2011, with Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas leading after the initial poll in 2008, while Austin (TX) Lake Travis led in 2009.   A note of caution to De La Salle, at the end of 2019 they led the poll for the top spot by 211 points.   However, due to earning just 52 points in the last two years, their lead has to just 23 points over Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman.

What format will be utilized to reveal the poll? – The schools that comprise teams ranked from 500 -561 will be released on Monday January 9th, followed by listings in groups of approximately 100 teams each day after until the final 100 consisting of the Top 100 will be unveiled.    In addition, on Sunday January 8th, I will release a “state summary” which will summarize each state and relevant information on teams from that state.

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