Now that we have begun region play, here is my top 10 for each classification. I feel like now that we have three weeks under our belt, and everyone has taken the field, that I can finally get a grasp on where teams actually belong.

This is only based on my opinion and the results so far. The actual Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA) poll comes out every Wednesday.

Class 7A

1. Hewitt-Trussville (2-0)
2. Central-Phenix City (3-0)
3. Spain Park (3-0)
4. Hoover (2-1)
5. Thompson (2-0)
6. McGill-Toolen (3-0)
7. Auburn (2-1)
8. Oak Mountain (3-0)
9. Theodore (3-0)
10. Auburn (2-1)

Class 6A

1. Austin (3-0)
2. Pinson Valley (3-0)
3. Oxford (3-0)
4. Wetumpka (3-0)
5. Muscle Shoals (2-1)
6. Jackson-Olin (2-0)
7. Sidney Lanier (3-0)
8. Opelika (2-1)
9. Homewood (3-0)
10. Clay-Chalkville (3-0)

Class 5A

1. Briarwood (2-0)
2. St. Paul’s (3-0)
3. Wenonah (2-0)
4. Carroll (2-0)
5. Mae Jemison (3-0)
6. Greenville (1-0)
7. Beauregard (0-1)
8. Pleasant Grove (2-0)
9. Mortimer Jordan (2-1)
10. Calera (2-1)

Class 4A

1. UMS-Wright (3-0)
2. Tallassee (3-0)
3. Thomasville (3-0)
4. Leeds (3-0)
5. Madison County (3-0)
6. Montgomery Catholic (3-0)
7. Andalusia (2-1)
8. Rogers (3-0)
9. Fayette County (3-0)
10. Hokes Bluff (3-0)

Class 3A

1. Mobile Christian (2-0)
2. Piedmont (2-1)
3. TR Miller (2-0)
4. Gordo (1-1)
5. Hillcrest-Evergreen (2-0)
6. Oakman (2-0)
7. Colbert County (2-0)
8. Plainview (3-0)
9. Randolph County (2-0)
10. Wicksburg (2-0)

Class 2A

1. Fyffe (2-0)
2. Lanett (3-0)
3. Leroy (2-0)
4. Aliceville (1-1)
5. Sulligent (3-0)
6. Elba (1-1)
7. Abbeville (3-0)
8. Geneva County (2-0)
9. Goshen (2-0)
10. LaFayette (2-1)

Class 1A

1. Maplesville (2-0)
2. Georgiana (3-0)
3. Isabella (2-0)
4. Addison (3-0)
5. Brantley (3-0)
6. Houston County (3-0)
7. Decatur Heritage (2-0)
8. Pickens County (2-0)
9. Linden (1-1)
10. Sweet Water (1-1)

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Jon Lunceford is a sports media broadcaster and digital professional. Jon is a graduate of the University of Alabama school of journalism, and played football at Birmingham-Southern College. He has also won two AHSAA Football State Championships while at Homewood High School and was a two-time World Cyber Games Team USA representative. He currently hosts Primetime on WJOX 94.5 and runs the high school athletics site JoxPreps.