None of them look like Frizzles to me with the exception that one Silkie type to the right in the first photo....in Frizzles, the feathers will curl upward like eyelashes that have been curled with an old fashion curler. Harder to see with a young Silkie...but I don't think I'm seeing anything with silkie feathers that look frizzle....but hard to tell in photo (And btw....no, you shouldn't breed 2 frizzles together as the genetics can cause deformities...only breed 1 frizzle to a non-frizzle).
These honestly look like Silkie-Cochin mixes to me.... it is possible some Polish could be there too...but I'm not seeing much evidence of it as that would increase the crests...these crests are clearly decreased from a normal Silkie and much less than a Polish would be....a number of them have hardly any crest at all (actually none) yet black faces/beaks and silkie type feathers and heavy leg feathering while others have heavy leg feathering but yellow faces. I am picking up 5 toes in a number of them that I can see feet...indicating Silkie blood.
Polish have no leg feathers and crazy wild crests, 4 toes, normal feathers (unless frizzled). Silkies have hair like feathers, black skin, 5 toes, blue ear lobes. Cochins have soft round feathers, look like a dust mop in build, yellow skin (bright yellow feet), red earlobes, 4 toes.
So you can see, even though they are young and will not have full crests yet, you don't have too many with evidence of cresting. Of those, they are clearly not Polish as they have leg feathers.
I see one cockeral...that would be the one looking straight at you in photo 2. The rest right now look like pullets from what I can see of combs.
I would give any roosters away for free. These are mixed breeds, and in my experience, only really top quality, high interest breeds command any dollars for roosters. Often you can't even give them away if they are mixed or a common breed.
Edited by Lady of McCamley - 5/8/16 at 12:30am