Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Griffin
Missouri backup quarterback Chase Patton had hoped to wow pro scouts with a big performance at the Texas vs. the Nation All-Star Game in El Paso.
Patton struggled in brief playing time in the final major college all-star game of the season, completing two of six passes for 15 yards. He was one of four quarterbacks who saw action for the Texas All-Star team, which included all of the Big 12 players who saw action in the game.
The Nation won the game, 27-24.
Here's how other Big 12 players fared in the game.
Texas running back Chris Ogbonnaya, rushed for 12 yards on five carries with a long carry of 7 yards.
Texas A&M's Justin Brantly punted six times for 49.3 yards with a long kick of 56 yards.
Texas A&M defensive end Cyril Obiozor had one solo tackle and three assists.
Nebraska defensive tackle Zach Potter had two solo tackles, an assist, a game-high three quarterback hurries, 1.5 tackles for losses and one pass broken up.
Texas linebacker Rashad Bobino had one solo tackle and two assists.
Kansas linebacker James Holt had one solo tackle, two assists and a shared tackle for a loss.
Texas defensive end Henry Melton had an assist and a quarterback pressure.
Texas A&M defensive back Danny Gorrer had an assist and a pass broken up.
Kansas State defensive end Ian Campbell produced an assist.