9. 2005 Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.)
The 2005 season was something of a golden age for high school football, as several states had some of their greatest all-time teams. South Carolina, home to powerhouse Byrnes, was one of them.
In a 15-game season, Byrnes outscored opponents 777-140. Its closest game was a 25-point blowout against Laurens.
Quarterback Willy Korn had one of the most prolific seasons in South Carolina history. He threw for 4,164 yards and 53 touchdowns while rushing for 763 yards and 10 scores. Prince Miller starred at running back and cornerback for the Rebels and earned State Player of the Year honors.
The overall offensive prowess of this team would have made the Marcus Lattimore-led teams blush.
And the defense allowed only 9.8 points per game, pitching three shutouts, so it was a complete team.