A total of 24 players that have participated in the Frisco Bowl were either drafted or signed free agent contracts in 2020 with the National Football League or Canadian Football League teams.  This certainly speaks to the quality of players that have appeared in the bowl game, as this is just a one-year look at the talented players that have visited Toyota Stadium as part of the Frisco Bowl experience.  The players moving onto NFL/CFL from the six teams that have taken part in the bowl include:

NFL Draft – Round 1 – Jordan Love (QB – Utah State) – Green Bay Packers

NFL Draft – Round 4 – L’Jarius Snead (S – Louisiana Tech) – Kansas City Chiefs

NFL Draft – Round 4 – Amik Robertson (CB – Louisiana Tech) – Las Vegas Raiders

NFL Draft – Round 5 – Keith Ismael (OL – San Diego State) – Washington Redskins

NFL Draft – Round 6 – James Proche (WR – SMU) – Baltimore Ravens

CFL Draft – Round 2 – Nathan Rourke (QB – OHIO) – BC Lions


Free Agent Signings include:


Ryan Becker (TE) – Arizona Cardinals

Xavier Jones (RB) – Los Angeles Rams

Rodney Clemons (S) – Kansas City Chiefs

Delontae Scott (DE) – Green Bay Packers


Louisiana Tech

Bobby Holly (FB) – Los Angeles Chargers

J’Mar Smith (QB) – New England Patriots

Courtney Wallace (DT) – New England Patriots


Ohio University

Javon Hagan (S) – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Austin Pleasants (OL) – Jacksonville Jaguars


San Diego State University

Parker Houston (TE) – Arizona Cardinals

Luqman Barcoo (CB) – Jacksonville Jaguars

Kyahva Tezino (LB) – New England Patriots

Daishawn Dixon (OL) – Baltimore Ravens


Utah State University

Caleb Repp (TE) – Atlanta Falcons

Dominik Eberle (K) – Las Vegas Raiders

Siaosi Mariner (WR) – Las Vegas Raiders

Tipa Galeai (DE) – Green Bay Packers


Kent State University

Theo Majette (DL) – Calgary Stampeders