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The Hula Bowl Selection Process

10 players will be released every Tuesday in lead up to game

The Hula Bowl features a collection of some of the best collegiate football players in America.

In the games 2019 reboot, the selection process allowed the game to select anywhere from the 250th to 500th ranked college football players in America.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic however many of college footballs biggest post season all star games have been cancelled, paving the way for the 2021 Hula Bowl to feature players ranked in the top 100 -200.

Executive director for the Hula Bowl Rich Miano believes that with the added talent in the upcoming years game this will be one of the biggest college all star games in America.

“We believe this could be the biggest collection of talent at Aloha Stadium since the departure of the Pro Bowl,” said Miano.

In anticipation of the upcoming game the Hula Bowl will release ‘10 for Tuesday’s’ in the weeks leading up to the game.

10 names will be released on the Hula Bowl’s social media accounts, while players and their universities are notified via a letter from the Hula Bowl selection committee.

Myron Cunningham from the University of Arkansas, Syria Tuitele from Fresno State, Naquon Jones from Michigan State, Jaelon Darden from the University of North Texas, Nate Landman from the University of Colorado, Drake Jackson from the University of Kentucky, Camryn Banum from Cal Berkeley, and Alaric Jackson from the University of Iowa have all been announced as formal invites to the 2021 Hula Bowl.

Stay stunned on Hula Bowl social media pages for players who will get invited next.