Following the 2020 NFL Draft, several former standouts from the San Diego Section who didn’t hear their names called were able to sign undrafted free agent (UDFA) deals with NFL teams.
Here is the list of UDFA signings from San Diego:
Luq Barcoo – Castle Park HS/Grossmont College/San Diego State – Jacksonville Jaguars – CB – 6’1″, 175 lbs
Barcoo (pictured above at Grossmont) headed to Grossmont College after finishing at Castle Park and eventually found his way to San Diego State. Barcoo had a huge senior season, leading the nation in interceptions and pass deflections and was named a third-team All-American by the Associated Press.
Jace Whittaker – Oceanside HS/Arizona – Arizona Cardinals – CB – 5’10”, 185 lbs
Whittaker played in 49 games for the Wildcats, battling injuries in 2018 but bounced back with his best season as a redshirt senior in 2019. Whittaker finished his collegiate career with 159 tackles and seven interceptions.
Dominick Wood-Anderson – Steele Canyon HS/Arizona Western College/Tennessee – Seattle Seahawks – TE – 6’4″, 260 lbs
Wood-Anderson became the top junior college tight end in the country during his time at Arizona Western College. He played for the Volunteers the past two seasons, catching 38 passes and three touchdowns.
Kameron Cline – Patrick Henry HS/South Dakota – Indianapolis Colts – DL – 6’4″, 270 lbs
Cline played in 43 games during his four seasons at South Dakota, racking up 121 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, and seven sacks.
David Moa – Kearny HS/Boise State – Minnesota Vikings – DL – 6’3″, 295 lbs
Moa was named an All-Mountain West selection three times during his six seasons at Boise State. He finished with 93 tackles and 12.5 sacks in his career.