What high school has won the most national championships in football?

De La Salle
Team and coaching superlatives. Concord, California De La Salle won 12 total national championships from 1994 to 2015, including 6 in a row from 1998 to 2003. The first 10 of De La Salle’s titles were coached by Bob Ladouceur, including all of those acquired during the 6-year streak.

Who holds the record for most touchdowns in high school?

Most Touchdowns in High School Football History

  • Alaska: Perry Monzulla — 65 Touchdowns.
  • Maine: Brett Gerry — 70 Touchdowns (Tied)
  • Wyoming: Jordan Roberts — 70 Touchdowns (Tied)
  • Hawaii: Vavae Malepeai — 71 Touchdowns.
  • South Dakota; Seth Walter — 79 Touchdowns.
  • Vermont: Carson Leary — 80 Touchdowns.

Who has the most receiving yards in high school football?

High school football receiving records

MOST RECEIVING YARDS, CAREER
NASSAU School Yards
Mark Aldridge Wantagh 993 (37)
Rich Pennecke Holy Trinity 964 (53)
Mike Masciello Hicksville 928 (46)

Who has the most rushing yards in high school history?

His highlight reel is just three minutes of him knocking guys over. Henry holds all sorts of records, including the national mark for career-high school rushing yards (12,124) originally set by Ken Hall of Sugar Land, Texas, in 1953. His senior year yardage and touchdown totals are also Florida state records.

Who is the best wide receiver in high school?

Rank Player Pos Ht / Wt Rating Team.

  • Luther Burden East St.
  • Evan Stewart Liberty (Frisco, TX)
  • Chris Marshall Fort Bend Marshall (Missouri City, TX)
  • Aaron Anderson Edna Karr (New Orleans, LA)
  • Tetairoa McMillan Servite (Anaheim, CA)
  • Kevin Coleman St.
  • Kaden Saunders Westerville South (Westerville, OH)
  • What state produces the most 5-star recruits?

    Which states have the most 5-star and 4-star recruits in 2017…

    • Texas (43) 5-stars: 4 | 4-stars: 39.
    • Florida (42) 5-stars: 6 | 4-stars: 36.
    • 3. California (35) 5-stars: 6 | 4-stars: 29.
    • Georgia (34) 5-stars: 3 | 4-stars: 31.
    • Alabama (14) 5-stars: 1 | 4-stars: 13.
    • Virginia (14)
    • Ohio (13)
    • Michigan (10)