Road to the Hula Bowl

The Hula Bowl was established in 1946 as the Hula Bowl All-Star Football Classic game. The top 100 college football players are selected from all across the United States as well as Australia, Japan and Canada. The football players that are selected to come and showcase in the Hula Bowl are given a great opportunity to perform and impress all 32 NFL Scouts and Player Personnel with their abilities. The football players will have the opportunity to compete with the top college players in the nation at the legendary Aloha Stadium. This All-Star game remains one of the longest running football All-Star games today.

In the 2020 NFL Draft the Hula Bowl had over 40 plus football players that were either drafted or became Free Agents to NFL Teams. This year we launch the Road to the Hula Bowl. The Road to the Hula Bowl is an inside look at our players in where they started their football career from College, to playing in the All-Star Hula Bowl game to now playing professionally in the NFL!

Make sure to tune in and watch the Roach to the Hula Bowl Podcast.  You will get an inside scoop from Hula Bowl alumni players, Coaches, NFL Scouts and Hula Bowl team talking about all the excitement that takes place Hula Bowl week. Starting with the college players first receiving the Hula Bowl invitation, to the Hula Bowl week in Central Florida and then off to the NFL!

Watch Road to the Hula Bowl podcast here: