Snoop Dogg's Youth Football League continues to churn out studs -- with 20 former SYFL players committing to D1 colleges to play ball ... TMZ Sports has learned.
As we previously reported, Snoop started the L.A.-based league back in 2005 -- and it's exploded ever since ... with roughly 1,700 players signed up last season ... and 4 alums who made it to the NFL.
And now that National Signing Day came and went, the Commish of the SYFL tells us ... 20 former SYFL players have signed letters of intent to major college football programs, including Snoop's own son. Here's the list:
1. Donzell Roddie -- Boise State
2. Kyahva Tezino -- San Diego State
3. Jeremy Kelly -- San Jose State
4. Damon Wright -- Boise State
5. Kameron Powell -- Washington State
6. Cordell Broadus -- UCLA
7. Iman Marshall -- USC
8. Shawn Wilson -- Oregon State
9. Malik Psalms -- Cal Berkeley
10. Stanley Norman -- Arizona State
11. Cameron Hayes -- Hawaii
12. Kenya Bell -- San Jose State
13. Justin Calhoun -- Montana State
14. Jeremy Calhoun -- Montana State
15. Taj Jones -- Idaho State
16. Mike Bell -- Fresno State
17. Jericho Flowers -- UNLV
18. Kevin Scott -- USC
19. Dominique Davis -- USC
20. Jaelon Barnwell -- Alabama State University
"I’m extremely proud to have coached and mentored these young men," SYFL Commish Haamid Wadood tells us.
"I speak on behalf of Snoop and my entire SYFL staff and all the coaches and volunteers. We just want to thank the parents for trusting in us and believing in us in building a foundation for these kids in giving them the opportunity for helping them achieve their goals on becoming a great player and teammates."