High School definitely is the superior level of football amongst those over the age of 15. Here's why:
1.) Has anyone watched the NFL lately? It seems like you can't even give someone a hard look, let alone a hard hit without being flagged and fined. Just ask Justin Tuck of the Giants who was flagged and fined for a text book tackle. In High School, you still get big hits without the fear of flags and fines (unless they are clearly dirty).
2.) It's playoff time in the Commonwealth. That's why High School is superior to NCAA Division 1 football. You decide your champion the way God intended... on the field. There are no computer rankings, no voting. It's simple. The last team left standing is crowned the champion.
Those are my two main arguments for why High School football is better than the NFL and Division 1. Anyone agree/disagree? Let me hear you.