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1969
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1969 2 33 #89 “Kick’em-in-the-Head” Ted Hendricks, “the Mad Stork”
Height/Weight: 6’8″/240 lbs (only 218 in College)

2020 CFB 150th Anniversary All-Time Top 150 (#85, ESPN)
and Top 50 (#22, 247Sports)
2019 All-Time All-American Honorable Mention (CBS Sports)
2019 NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Top 100 (NFL Network
and #71 by USA Today)
2019 Las Vegus/Oakland/L.A. Raiders All-Time Top 100 (#17, USA Today)
2019 Indianapolis/Baltimore Colts All-Time Top 100 (#33, Indy Star)
2019 AP/NFL Network NFL’s 100 Greatest Characters (#48)
2019 USA Today’s Top 53 All-Time Superbowl Players
2019 Hispanic Heritage Month Yearly Honoree (College HOF)^
2019 Fabulous 50: Florida Colleges’ all-time greatest
football players (#17, Tampa Bay Times)
2017 Indianapolis/Baltimore Colts All-Time by position (#3 OLB, SBNation)
2017 NFL Top 300 All-time chosen in 12-selections per
Draft Round with 25 total rounds (5th Rd, #50 O-all, SI)
2015 FWAA 75th Anniversary All-American 1st Team
2015 MaxPreps All-Time Top 25 HS All-Americans (#9)
2013 Indianapolis/Baltimore Colts All-Time Top 50 (#42, SBNation)
2012 Named an ACC Legend
2010 The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players (#82, NFL Network)
2008 Bronko Nagurski Legends Award
2008 USA Today CFB Encyclopedia 250 All-Time College Players
2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
2007 Florida High School All-Century Team
2006 Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame
2003 Senior Bowl Hall of Fame
2002 Ted Hendricks Award for Top DE named in his honor
1999 All-Time Top 100 Pro Players (#64, Sporting News)
1997 University of Miami Ring of Honor
1997 Hurricanes Jersey #89 Retired by Miami
1996 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Hall of Champions
1994 NFL’s 75th Anniversary Team
1990 Pro Football Hall of Fame
1990 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1990 NFL All-Decade First Team 1980’s
1989 Finalist for Pro Football Hall of Fame
1989 National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame^
1987 College Football Hall of Fame
1980 NFL All-Decade First Team 1970’s
1971, 1974, 1980, 1982 NFL All-Pro First Team
1972-73, 1976-78 All-Pro Second Team
1976 & 1981 All-AFC First Team
1983 All-AFC Second Team
1971-74, 1980-83 Pro Bowls
1976 Florida Sports Hall of Fame
1969 Coaches’ All-America Game
1969 Senior Bowl
1969 Lions American Bowl College All-Star Game
1968 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1968 Consensus All-American 1st Team (AP, UPI, Time, NEA, Coaches,
Sporting News, Walter Camp, Football Writers, Football News, Central Press)
1968 College Lineman of the Year (UPI)
1968 Heisman Trophy Finalist (5th)
1968 University of Miami Team MVP
1967 Consensus All-American 1st Team (AP, UPI, Time, NEA, Coaches,
Walter Camp, Football Writers, Football News, Central Press)
1967-68 Playboy Preseason All-American
1966 All-American 2nd Team (Newspaper Enterprise Assoc.)
1964 Scholastic Coach Magazine HS All-American

LB/DE^ Baltimore Colts (1969-73)
Green Bay Packers (1974)
Jacksonville Express (1975 DNP WFL)
[WFL went bankrupt & NFL declared him a FA]
Oakland Raiders (1975-81)
Los Angeles Raiders (1982-83)
Los Angeles Raiders (1984 Camp)

Currently Vice President of the Hall of Fame
Players Assn. working on behalf of ex-players.

^Hendricks’ mother was a Guatemalan-born woman of
Italian descent named Angela Bonatti Lazzari, and Ted
is considered the NFL’s 1st Guatemalan player.

^^During his pro career as a special-teamer, Hendricks
blocked 10 punts and 14 placekicks, believed to be
alltime NFL records. In 1974, he had 7 combined blocks
to lead the NFL and set the record for most blocks in a
season. Once, he blocked a punt but was called offsides
and the extra yards put the opponents into field goal
territory. So, Hendricks went ahead and blocked the
field goal. He even had a punt deflection that went
1 yard beyond the line of scrimmage, meaning it was a
1-yard punt – not a blocked punt.
2019: Named #1 Best-ever Kick and Punt Blocker by NFL
Football Journal
. The article named a total of 69
kick/punt blockers, but none of the others were former
‘Canes. However, included in their “other notables” catagory
were proCanes Calais Campbell, Mike Barnes and Bubba McDowell.

1969 FA FA #15 David Olivo
Height/Weight: 6’2”/215 lbs
QB/FB St. Louis Cardinals (1969-71 PS)
St. Louis Cardinals (1972 Camp)
1969 FA FA #63 Jerry Pierce
Height/Weight: 6’1”/225 lbs

1968 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

NT
1969 FA FA #58 Bob Czipulis
Height/Weight: 6’1″/225 lbs

1968 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

LB
1969 FA FA #51 John Barnett
Height/Weight: 6’3″/221 lbs

1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

LB
1969 FA FA # Bruce C. Sturges, “the Toe”
Height/Weight: 5’7″/160 lbs

1966 Entered U.S. Marines (Vietnam War Era)
1965 Varsity-eligible at Miami
1964 Hurricane Freshman Team
1963 All-City of Miami in HS Baseball (OF)^

K Camp Lejeune Bulldogs (1966 USMC)
Quantico Leathernecks (1968 USMC)

^Hialeah HS Football teammate of Ted Hendricks

1968
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1968 2 34 #76 Bob Tatarek
Height/Weight: 6’4″/270 lbs

1984 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1968 All-American Honorable Mention (Newspaper Ent. Assn.)
1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

DT Buffalo Bills (1968-72)
Detroit Lions (1972)
Detroit Lions (1973 IR)
Jacksonville Sharks (1974 WFL)
Birmingham Americans/Vulcans (1974-75 WFL)
1968 2 54 #81 Jim Cox
Height/Weight: 6’3″/230 lbs

2010 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1967 University of Miami Team MVP
1966 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

WR/TE Miami Dolphins (1968)
Miami Dolphins (1969 IR)
Miami Dolphins (1970 Camp)
New Orleans Saints (1971 Camp)
1968 7 166 #88 Steve Smith
Height/Weight: 6’3″/242 lbs

1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

TE Cincinnati Bengals (Drafted, 1968 Camp)
Orlando Panthers (1968 ContFL)
1968 8 198 #31 Jerry Daanen
Height/Weight: 6’0″/193 lbs
FL/WR St. Louis Cardinals (1968-70)
St. Louis Cardinals (1971 Camp)
1968 8 205 #76 Hank Urbanowicz
Height/Weight: 6’3″/252 lbs

also played Baseball (1B) at Miami

DT/OT Minnesota Vikings (Drafted, 1968 Camp)
Alabama Hawks (1968-69 ContFL)
1968 10 253 #79 Joe Mirto
Height/Weight: 6’2″/265 lbs

1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

OT Miami Dolphins (1968 PS)
Miami Dolphins (1969 Camp)
1968 15 388 #53 Ken Corbin
Height/Weight: 6’1”/225 lbs

1966 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

LB Miami Dolphins (Drafted)
Toronto Argonauts (1968 CFL)
Alabama Hawks (1969 ContFL)
1968 15 401 #69 William “Bill” Chambless Jr.
Height/Weight: 6’2″/240 lbs

1967 Pre-Season All-American

G Kansas City Chiefs (Drafted)
Toronto Argonauts (1968 Camp CFL)
1968 15 408 #12 Joe Mira
Height/Weight: 6’1”/185 lbs
FL Cincinnati Bengals (Drafted, 1968 Camp)
1968 FA FA #26 Jimmy “the Mad Fly” Dye
Height/Weight: 5’10″/175 lbs

1966 JUCO Transfer from Missouri Southern J.C. (at UM 1966-67)

FS Toronto Argonauts (1968-69 CFL)
Alabama Hawks (1969 ContFL)
Toronto Argonauts – 2nd Stint (1972 CFL)
Toronto Argonauts (1973 Camp/Traded to Winnipeg)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1973 CFL)
1968 FA FA #28 Rich Robinson
Height/Weight: 5’11”/177 lbs

1969 All-CFL 1st Team

DB British Columbia Lions (1968-72 CFL)
1968 FA FA #38 Don Russo
Height/Weight: 5’11″/175 lbs
WR San Diego Chargers (1968 Camp)
Miami Dolphins (1968 Camp)
1968 FA FA #80 Phil Smith
Height/Weight: 6’3″/220 lbs

1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

DE St. Louis Cardinals (1968 Camp)
1968 FA FA #65 Dave Dice
Height/Weight: 6’0″/240 lbs
G Ohio Valley (Wheeling) Ironmen (1968-69 ContFL)
1968 FA FA #33 Doug McGee
Height/Weight: 6’1″/210 lbs

1966 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

FB Montreal Alouettes (1968 Camp CFL)
1968 FA FA #48 Ray Harris
Height/Weight: 5’10″/188 lbs

1966 Ferrum College (JUCO) Transfer to Miami (at UM ’66-67)

K^ Roanoke Buckskins (1969 ACFL)

^Was 2-yr., 5’10” 175-lb. JUCO OG/K

1968 FA FA #92 Paul Hartsel
Height/Weight: 6’1″/207 lbs

2009 NJCAA (JUCO) Hall of Fame
2005 Fort Scott (KS) CC Hall of Fame
1965 J.C. Grid-wire All American Team
1965 JUCO All-American Honorable Mention
1965 JUCO Academic All-American
1964 JUCO All-American First Team

DE
1968 FA FA #82 Larry LaPointe
Height/Weight: 6’1″/215 lbs

1967 All-American Blocking Team
1963 High School All-Southern

TE
1968 FA FA # (Dashin’) Don Clancy
Height/Weight: 6’2″/180 lbs

2009 Rockland County (NY) Track & Field Hall of Fame
1965 Left Miami, Entered U.S. Army
1964 Played on UM Varsity Football Team
1963 Scholarship for UM Freshman Team
also ran Track at Miami
(As FR, tied ‘Cane record in 100-yd. dash [9.6 sec.])

HB/WB US Army Service in Vietnam (1965-67)
1967
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1967 1 24 #71 Eugene “Big Gene” Trosch
Height/Weight: 6’7″/277 lbs

1967 Senior Bowl
1966 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game (South Team MVP)
1966 All-American Honorable Mention (Newspaper Ent. Assn.)
1966 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

DL/OT Kansas City Chiefs (Drafted, 1967)
Kansas City Chiefs (1968 IR)
Kansas City Chiefs (1969)
Kansas City Chiefs (1970 Camp)
New Orleans Saints (1971 Camp)
Cincinnati Bengals (1971 Camp)
Detroit Wheels (1974 WFL)
Birmingham Americans (1974 WFL)
1967 6 140 #77 Mike Haggerty
Height/Weight: 6’4″/255 lbs

1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

T Pittsburgh Steelers (1967-70)
New England Patriots (1971)
Detroit Lions (1972-73)
Jacksonville Sharks/Express (1974-75 WFL)
1967 10 241 #27 Tom Beier
Height/Weight: 5’11″/198 lbs

1990 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1966 Consensus All-American 1st Team (AP, UPI, Coaches, Football
Writers, Football News, Walter Camp, N.Y. Daily News, Newspaper
Ent. Assoc.; 2nd Team- Central Press)
1966 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1966 University of Miami Team MVP
1965 Transfer from Detroit (Mercy) University
(which had dropped football)

S Miami Dolphins (1967-69)
Miami Dolphins (1970 Camp/Traded to 49ers)
San Francisco 49ers (1970 Camp)
1967 16 418 #47 Fred Cassidy
Height/Weight: 6’2″/213 lbs
HB Green Bay Packers (Drafted, 1967 Camp)
1967 17 430 #17 Bob Biletnikoff
Height/Weight: 6’1″/195 lbs

1990 Erie (PA.) Sports Hall of Fame
also Played Baseball at the U

QB New York Jets (Drafted – DNS)^

Kansas City Athletics (1965 34th Round MLB Draft – DNS)
New York Yankees (1966 1st Round MLB Draft, 17th overall)
Signed by Yankees; OF, B:L, T:L; 4 yrs. in minors (A to AAA)
^Could have returned to QB with the N.Y. Jets (who still
retained his rights in the late 1960s), but instead finished
his degree at Miami in marketing and management.

1967 FA FA #21 Jim Wahnee
Height/Weight: 5’10″/185 lbs

1966 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

DB Ottawa Rough Riders (1967 Camp CFL)
1967 FA FA #66 John Tucek
Height/Weight: 6’0″/216 lbs

1966 All-Florida Honorable Mention (AP)

NT
1967 FA FA #67 Nelson “the Mad Dog” Salemi
Height/Weight: 5’10″/203 lbs

1963 JUCO All-American First Team

NT
1966
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1966 5 44 #40 Pete “Rooster” Banaszak
Height/Weight: 5’11″/206 lbs

2019 100 Best Raiders of All-Time (#64, USA Today)
1990 National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame
1983 University of Miami Hall of Fame
also on Miami Baseball Team as Catcher

HB Oakland Raiders (1966-78)
1966 5 45 #32 Russ C. Smith
Height/Weight: 6’1″/214 lbs
HB Atlanta Falcons (FA, 1966 Camp)
San Diego Chargers (Drafted 5/45, 1967-70)
San Diego Chargers (1971 Camp)
Portland Storm (1974 WFL)
1966 6 42 #80 Ed Weisacosky
Height/Weight: 6’0″/228 lbs

2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
1981 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1965 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
(Selected MVP for South Team)
1965 All-American First Team (AP)
1965 All-American Second Team (Newspaper Ent. Assoc.)
1965 University of Miami Team MVP

LB/DE
TE/OG
Miami Dolphins (Drafted 6/42, initially DNS)
San Francisco 49ers (FA, 1966 IR)
San Francisco 49ers (1967 Camp/Traded to N.Y.)
New York Giants (1967)
Miami Dolphins (Drafted 6/42 in ’66, 1968-70)
New England Patriots (1971-72)
1966 18 247 # Rich Kotite
Height/Weight: 6’3″/233 lbs

Transferred to Wagner College

TE New York Jets (1965 Drafted #9, 69th Future – DNS)
Minnesota Vikings (Drafted 18/247, 1966 Camp)
New York Giants (1967)
Westchester (NY) Bulls (1967 ACFL)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1968)
New York Giants – 2nd Stint (1969-72)

Philadelphia Eagles HC (1991-94)
New York Jets HC (1995-96)

1966 19 166 #86^ Tom Coughlin
Height/Weight: 6’4″/215 lbs

^Believed to be last ‘Cane to play without a face mask

WR Denver Broncos (Drafted – DNS)
Atlanta Falcons (FA, 1966 Camp)
Akron Vulcans (1967 ContFL)
1966 FA FA #50 John “Broom” Matlock
Height/Weight: 6’4″/250 lbs

2006 All-Time WFL 2nd Team (WFL Encyclopedia)
1975 All-WFL 1st Team

C/OT Jersey Jets (1966 ACFL)
New York Jets (1966-67)
Cincinnati Bengals (Expansion Draft Pick, 1968)
Orlando Panthers (1969 ContFL)
Atlanta Falcons (1970-71)
Buffalo Bills (1972-73)
Birmingham Americans/Vulcans (1974-75 WFL)
Washington Redskins (1976 Camp)
1966 FA FA #23 Andy Sixkiller
Height/Weight: 5’10″/175 lbs

1965 Honorable Mention All-American

FS/PR/KR Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
1966 FA FA #41 Robert “Randy” Barth
Height/Weight: 6’1″/195 lbs
RB Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
1966 FA FA # Art Zachary
Height/Weight: 6’5″/216 lbs

1971 All-ACFL 1st Team

P/SS Richmond Rebels (1966 ContFL)
Norfolk Neptunes (1967-71 ContFL/ACFL)
1966 FA FA #45 Jim Nock
Height/Weight: 6’2″/240 lbs
C Quad Cities Raiders (1967 PFLA)
1965
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1965 3 37 #81 Fred “Redwood” Brown
Height/Weight: 6’5″/231 lbs

1965 Senior Bowl

LB/DE/TE Los Angeles Rams (1965)
Philadelphia Eagles (1966 IR)
Philadelphia Eagles (1967-69)
1965 12 162 #82 Bob Werl
Height/Weight: 6’3″/248 lbs

At UM from 1961-65; Redshirted in 1964

G/DE/TE Los Angeles Rams (Drafted 12th/162nd future in ’65 – DNS)
New York Jets (1965 4th Round, 28th overall
in AFL Futures Only Draft)
New York Jets (1966)
1965 FA FA #76 Robert J. “Bob” Brown
Height/Weight: 6’2″/250 lbs

1964 University of Miami Team MVP

DE Toronto Argonauts (1965 CFL)
Ottawa Rough Riders (1965-68 CFL)
British Columbia Lions (1968-70 CFL)
1965 FA FA #67 Fred Hubbs
Height/Weight: 6’2″/253 lbs
OT/TE Washington Redskins (1965 Camp)
Richmond Rebels (1965-66 ContFL)
New Orleans Saints (1967 Camp)
British Columbia Lions (1968 CFL)
Alabama Hawks (1968-69 ContFL)
Toronto Argonauts (1969 CFL)
1965 FA FA #55 Tony Saladino
Height/Weight: 6’1″/212 lbs

1964 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

LB Ottawa Rough Riders (1965 Camp CFL)
Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
1965 FA FA #88 Bert Carl
Height/Weight: 6’2″/249 lbs
DL Wilmington (Del.) Clippers (1965-67 ACFL)
Harrisburg Capitol Colts (1968 ACFL)
1965 FA FA #21 Jack Sims
Height/Weight: 5’10″/184 lbs

1964 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

HB/WB Indianapolis Capitols (1968 ContFL)
1965 FA FA #15 Fred Bertani
Height/Weight: 6’1″/183 lbs

Also played Baseball (C) at Miami

QB/DB San Francisco 49ers (1965 Camp)
Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
1965 FA FA #41 Drayton Lieb
Height/Weight: 6’0″/190 lbs
TE/RB Burkburnett Kings (1966 TFL)
1965 FA FA # Paul Popovic
Height/Weight: 6’0″/180 lbs

Also on Baseball Team at Miami^

^Played on UM’s 1st-ever Freshman Baseball Team in 1962;
UM also added Tennis, Track and Golf Freshman Teams in ’62.
Prior to 1962, UM Frosh in these sports were ineligible, but
had no Freshman Team – unlike ‘Cane Football Freshman/J.V.
Teams which were around since the U’s beginning in 1926.

QB/DB Post-college: Signed by MLB’s Cleveland Indians (Pre-Draft)
Assigned to Salinas Indians, California League (Level A, 1965)
then Dubuque Packers, Midwest League (Level A, 1966)
Position: Catcher; B:R, T:R
1965 FA FA #24 Ted Saussele
Height/Weight:

1963 All-Big Eight Honorable Mention (AP)
1961 Transferred from UM to Missouri (at UM 1959-60)
1958 Prep All-American (Scholastic Coach Magazine)
1958 Florida HS Player of the Year (Orlando Sentinel)

HB/DB
FB/WR
1964
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1964 2 15 #74 Dan Conners
Height/Weight: 6’1″/231 lbs

2019 100 Best Raiders of All-Time (#30, USA Today)
2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
1977 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1970 All-Time AFL 2nd Team (Pro HOF)
1969 All-AFL 1st Team (NY Daily News)
1969 All-AFL 2nd Team (AP, Sporting News)
1968 All-AFL 1st Team (UPI, Sporting News,
Pro Football Weekly, NY Daily News)
1968 All-AFL 2nd Team (AP, Newspaper Ent. Assoc.)
1967 All-AFL 1st Team (Newspaper Ent. Assoc.)
1967 All-AFL 2nd Team (AP, UPI, Sporting
News, NY Daily News)
1966-68 AFL All-Star Games
1964 Senior Bowl
1963 All-American 1st Team (Sporting News)

LB/T Chicago Bears (Drafted 5 Rd., 70th Overall – DNS)
Oakland Raiders (Drafted 2/15, 1964-1974)
1964 2
18
15
137
#10 George “the Matador” Mira Sr.
Height/Weight: 6’0″/190 lbs

2005 Named an ACC Legend
2005 Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame
2000 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Hall of Champions
1998 Unofficial All-Time WFL (1 of 3 QBs)
1997 University of Miami Ring of Honor
1997 Hurricanes Jersey #10 Retired by Miami
1997 Florida Sports Hall of Fame
1974 WFL World Bowl I MVP
1973 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1964 Coaches All-America Game MVP
1963 North-South College All-Star Shrine
Game (South Team MVP)
1963 All-American Second Team (AP)
1963 Heisman Trophy Finalist (#10)
1963 University of Miami Team MVP
1962 Gotham Bowl MVP
1962 All-American 1st Team (AP, Football Writers; 2nd
Team- Kodak/Coaches, Sporting News; Honorable Mention-
Newspaper Ent. Assn.)^^
1962 Heisman Trophy Finalist (#5)
1962 Florida’s Amateur Athlete of the Year (AP)
1961 All-American Honorable Mention (AP)

QB Denver Broncos (Drafted 18/137 – DNS)
San Francisco 49ers (Drafted 2nd/15th, 1964-68)
Philadelphia Eagles (1969)
Baltimore Colts (1970 Camp or PS)
Miami Dolphins (1971)
Montreal Alouettes (1972-73 CFL)
Birmingham Americans (1974 WFL)
Jacksonville Express (1975 WFL)
Toronto Argonauts (1977 CFL)

^ Mira was offered a $13,000 signing bonus by the
Baltimore Orioles organization out of Key West HS
(pre-MLB draft) – DNS. Instead he decided to attend
Miami where ‘Cane Baseball Coach Ron Frazier wanted
to use him as a Pitcher, but UM Football HC Andy
Gustafson wouldn’t allow it.

^^ Oregon State’s Heisman-winning QB Terry Baker
was considered the “Consensus All-American QB” in
’62, but Mira made 2 additional All-American Teams
in 1962 besides the ones listed on the left
according to a Sports Illustrated feature story
on Mira written during the 1963 season. Baker
also played basketball for the Beavers; LSU HB
Jerry Stovall was Heisman runner-up in 1962.

1964 FA FA #62 Bob “Utch” Strieter
Height/Weight: 5’11″/240 lbs

2017 Indiana Football Hall of Fame

OG/DE Toronto Argonauts (1964 CFL)
Toronto Rifles (1965 ContFL)
1964 FA FA #87 Hoyt “Bill” Sparks
Height/Weight: 6’1″/215 lbs

1963 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1963 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

WR/TE Minnesota Vikings (1964 Camp)
Washington Redskins (1964 Camp)
1964 FA FA #20 Nick Spinelli
Height/Weight: 5’11″/176 lbs

1963 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1963 Honorable Mention All-American
1963 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)
also played Baseball (C) at Miami

FL/WB Boston Patriots (AFL) (1964 Camp)
1964 FA FA #35 John Bennett
Height/Weight: 6’2″/214 lbs
RB/QB/WR Philadelphia Bulldogs (1965 ContFL)
Wilmington Comets (1965 NAFL)
1964 FA FA #67 Joe Smerdel
Height/Weight: 6’2″/235 lbs
OT Pittsburgh Valley Ironmen (1964-65 ACFL)
1964 FA FA # Don Carroll
Height/Weight: 6’3″/270 lbs
DT Washington Redskins (Tryout)
Norfolk Neptunes (1965-66 ContFL)
1964 FA FA # Robert Ray “Bob” Green
Height/Weight: 6’3”/239 lbs

1968 All-ContFL 1st Team

LB Charleston Rockets (1964-66 UFL/ContFL)
Orlando Panthers (1966-70 ContFL/ACFL)
1964 FA FA # Steve Xnides
Height/Weight: 5’9″/185 lbs
DB Daytona Beach Thunderbirds (1964 SFL)
Orlando Thunderbirds (1965 SFL)
1964 FA FA # Bill McClain
Height/Weight: 6’2″/205 lbs
QB Pennsylvania Mustangs (1965 NAFL)
1964 FA FA #83 Harvey Foster
Height/Weight:

2011 Illinois HS Baseball Coaches Assn. Hall of Fame
1998 Illinois HS Baseball Coaches Assn. Man of the Year
also ‘Canes Baseball Team (Catcher/OF/Pitcher)
also on UM Soccer Team (Goalie)

P Served in U.S. Army in Korea
1964 FA FA #53 Robert Hart III
Height/Weight: 195 lbs

1963 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

C/LB
1964 FA FA # Tom Costello
Height/Weight: 6’4″/220 lbs

Transferred from Miami to Univ. of Dayton

LB New York Giants (1964-65)
New York Giants (1966 Camp or PS)
Brooklyn Dodgers (1966 ContFL)
1963
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1963 5 57 # Joe Auer
Height/Weight: 6’1″/204 lbs

1966 Miami Dolphins Team MVP
1961 Transfer from Miami to Georgia Tech
(at UM in 1960)

RB Kansas City Chiefs (Drafted 15/120 as future in
’63, 1964 Camp/Traded)
Buffalo Bills (1964-65)
Los Angeles Rams (Drafted 5/57 as future in
’63, 1966 Camp)
Miami Dolphins (1966-67)
Atlanta Falcons (1968)
1963 5 60 #73 Rowland “Rex” Benson
Height/Weight: 6’3″/265 lbs

1963 All-Florida 3rd Team (AP)

T Houston Oilers (AFL Draft #16/127th Overall
as a future in 1963 – DNS)
Los Angeles Rams (NFL Draft #5/60th as a future in ’63)
Los Angeles Rams (1964 Camp)
1963 8 100 #64 Jim O’Mahoney
Height/Weight: 6’1″/228 lbs

1962 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1960 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

LB Minnesota Vikings (1963 PS)
Minnesota Vikings (1964 Camp)
Hartford Knights/Charter Oaks (1964 ACFL)
New York Jets (1965-66)
Montreal Alouettes (1967 CFL)
1963 10 139 #36 Nick Ryder
Height/Weight: 5’11″/210 lbs

1962 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1962 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)

FB New York Jets (Drafted 16/123 – DNS)
Detroit Lions (Drafted 10/139, 1963-64)
Detroit Lions (1965 Camp)
1963 15 119 #56 Bob Dentel
Height/Weight: 6’1″/251 lbs

1962 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

C/T Chicago Bears (Drafted 15/206 – DNS)
Boston Patriots (Drafted 15/119, 1963 Camp)
Indianapolis Warriors (1963 UFL)
Boston Patriots – 2nd Stint (1964 Camp)
Joliet Chargers (1964 UFL)
Pittsburgh Valley Ironmen (1964-65 ACFL)
1963 15 208 #84 Jim Simon
Height/Weight: 6’4″/240 lbs

1962 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

G/T/TE Boston Patriots (Drafted 9/71 – DNS)
Detroit Lions (Drafted 15/208, 1963-1965)
Atlanta Falcons (Expansion Draft Pick, 1966-68)
1963 17 234 #44 John Sisk III^
Height/Weight: 6’3″/195 lbs

Transferred to Miami from Marquette
(which dropped football in 1960)

^Sisk’s father, John Sisk II, played HB at
Marquette and in the NFL in the 1930s

DB Kansas City Chiefs (Drafted 29/232 -“Mr.
Irrelevant” – last player taken in 1963 as Future Pick – DNS)
Chicago Bears (1963 Future Pick – 17/234)
Chicago Bears (1964)
Chicago Bears (1965 IR and/or PS)
Chicago Bears (1966 Camp)
1963 20 270 #81 Benjamin “Black Ben” Rizzo
Height/Weight: 6’0″/210 lbs

1995 Greater Utica (N.Y.) Sports Hall of Fame
1962 North-South College All-Star
Shrine Game (Capt. of South Squad)
1962 All-American Honorable Mention
1962 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1962 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)
1961 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1961 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)
1959 JUCO Transfer to UM as Walk-on (later granted scholarship)
1958 Attended Mohawk Valley C.C.

LB/DE
TE/FB
Philadelphia Eagles (Drafted-DNS 1963)
Houston Oilers (AFL) (FA, 1963 Camp)
Mohawk Valley Falcons (1963 ACFL)
Philadelphia Eagles (Drafted, 1964 Camp)
Mohawk Valley Falcons (1964-65 ACFL)
Miami Dolphins (1966 PS)
Scranton Miners (1966 ACFL)
1963 FA FA #11 Eddie Johns
Height/Weight: 6’0″/218 lbs

1960 All-American Honorable Mention
1960 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

QB/HB Pittsburgh Steelers (1963 Camp)
1963 FA FA # Joe D’Auria
Height/Weight: 6’4″/217 lbs

1964 All-SFL 1st Team

TE Huntsville Rockets (1964-66 SFL/NAFL)
Alabama Hawks (1967 PFLA)
1963 FA FA # Bobby Lockward
Height/Weight: 6’0″/240 lbs
T Daytona Beach Thunderbirds (1963 SFL)
1963 FA FA # Frank Schiano
Height/Weight: 6’1”/235 lbs
OG Providence Steam Roller (1963-64 ACFL)
1963 FA FA #13 Don Ploskunak
Height/Weight:

2019 Goodyear Blimp^ becomes 1st non-player or coach
inducted into the Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame
1958-62 Player at Miami

QB/HB ^Ploskunak was 1 of maybe 10 or 12 licensed Blimp Pilots
worldwide when he started his 38-year career culminating with the title
of chief pilot/manager of training for all 3 of Goodyear’s Blimp bases.
Known as the father of sports aerial broadcasting, Mike “Mickey” Wittman
(star ‘Cane Basketball guard who’s in both the Sports Broadcasting and
Univ. of Miami Halls of Fame) was a good friend of Don’s and got
him the job of initially piloting the Goodyear Blimp.
1962
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1962 2 11 #82 Bill “Brownie” Miller
Height/Weight: 6’1″/195 lbs

1975 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1963 All-AFL Second Team (AP)
1962 Senior Bowl
1961 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1961 Consensus All-American 1st Team (AP, Time, Coaches, Walter Camp,
Football Writers, Sporting News, Newspaper Ent. Assoc.; 2nd Team- UPI)
1960 All-American 1st Team (Football Writers/FWAA)
1959 All-American Honorable Mention

SE/WR Minnesota Vikings (Drafted 3/30 – DNS)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (Drafted 2/11, 1962)
Buffalo Bills (1963)
Oakland Raiders (1964-68)
1962 8 106 #33 Jim Vollenweider
Height/Weight: 6’1″/205 lbs

1961 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1960 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

HB Oakland Raiders (Drafted 18/137 – DNS)
San Francisco 49ers (Drafted 8/106, 1962-63)
Toronto Argonauts (1964 CFL)
1962 12 161 #77 Bill Watts
Height/Weight: 6’2”/245 lbs
T Chicago Bears (Drafted 12/161 – DNS)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (FA, 1962 IR)
Kansas City Chiefs (1963 Camp)
1962 13 174 #61 Bill Diamond
Height/Weight: 6’0″/240 lbs

1960 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

G St. Louis Cardinals (Drafted 13/174 – DNS)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (FA, 1962)
Kansas City Chiefs (1963)
1962 FA FA #46 Sam Fernandez
Height/Weight: 5’11″/205 lbs

1965-67 All-Continental Football League 1st Team
1964 Official All-UFL 1st Team
1957 Transfer from Potomac State J.C. (at UM 1958-61)

FB/S/LB Montreal Alouettes (1962 Camp CFL)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1962 CFL)
Charleston (WV) Rockets (1964-68 UFL/ContFL)
Ohio Valley Ironmen (1969 ContFL)
1962 FA FA #12 Bobby Weaver
Height/Weight: 187 lbs

2011 Mississippi Jr. College Football Hall of Fame
1989 Pearl River (Miss.) CC Sports Hall of Fame
1959 JUCO All-American
also played Baseball at Miami

QB New York Giants (1962 Tryout)
Detroit Lions (Tryout)
Gadsden Raiders (1963 SFL)
1962 FA FA #85 James “Larry” Wilson
Height/Weight: 6’0″/205 lbs

1973 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1961 North-South College All-Star Shrine
Game (won Sportsmanship Award)
also played Baseball (1B/OF) at Miami

E New York (Football) Giants (FA Offer 1962 – DNS)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (FA Offer 1962 – DNS)
Montreal Alouettes (FA Offer 1962 CFL – DNS)

Signed with MLB’s Kansas City Athletics in ’62
Played 1B/OF (B:L,T:L) in minors for 4 years reaching AAA

Military Service in Germany (1963-64)

1962 FA FA #23 Ron “Rollo” Fritzsche^
Height/Weight: 5’11″/193 lbs

^Ron’s real given 1st name is “Roland”

HB/DB Miami/Hialeah Bombers (1962 Fla.ProFL)
1962 FA FA #69 Vic Savoca
Height/Weight: 5’9″/231 lbs
OL Miami/Hialeah Bombers (1962 Fla.ProFL)
1962 FA FA #89 Frank “Big Daddy” Reinhart
Height/Weight: 6’3″/235 lbs
DE St. Petersburg Blazers (1966 NAFL)
1962 FA FA #25 Jim “Turk” Bruno
Height/Weight: 5’11″/195 lbs
WR Springfield Acorns (1963 ACFL)
1962 FA FA # Frank Ranieri
Height/Weight: 6’1″/235 lbs
LB Stamford Golden Bears (1962 ACFL)
Westchester Crusaders (1963-64 ACFL)
1962 FA FA #68 Bob Eggert
Height/Weight: 5’11″/190 lbs

1961 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

LB
1961
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1961 5 68 #55 Jack Novak
Height/Weight: 6’3″/240 lbs

1960 All-American Honorable Mention

G Oakland Raiders (Drafted 24/188 – DNS)
Green Bay Packers (Drafted 5/68, 1961 IR)
Green Bay Packers (1962 Camp)
Washington Redskins (1964 Camp)
1961 6 73 #70 John O’Day Jr.
Height/Weight: 6’3”/235 lbs

1960 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1960 All-Catholic All-American 1st Team
1960 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

T Washington Redskins (Drafted 6/73 – DNS)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (Drafted 8/62, 1961 Camp)
1961 8 59 #74 Charles “Chuck” Linning
Height/Weight: 6’2”/209 lbs

1960 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1960 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

T Chicago Bears (Drafted 15/201)
Buffalo Bills (Drafted 8/59, 1961 Camp)
1961 15 208 #72 Ray Lardani
Height/Weight: 6’2″/265 lbs

^At UM for part his Senior season in 1961, Ray
left school to sign as a FA with Patriots that
same fall becoming unique (like HOF HB Red Grange)
in playing both college & pro football in the
same season
. To maintain control of his AFL
rights, Boston formally drafted Lardani in 1962.

OL/DT Green Bay Packers (1961 Drafted 15/208 as future – DNS)
Boston Patriots (Drafted 34/270 [’62], 1961-62)^
New York Jets (1963 Camp)
Ottawa Rough Riders (1964 Camp CFL)
Toronto Argonauts (1964 CFL)
Montreal Alouettes (1965 Camp CFL)
Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
Wilmington (Del.) Clippers (1966-67 ACFL)
Harrisburg Capitol-Colts (1968-69 ACFL)
Harrisburg Capitol-Colts (1970 PS/Asst. Coach ACFL)
1961 19 256 # Lou Zivkovich
Height/Weight: 6’3″/230 lbs

2009 New Mexico State Athletics Hall of Fame as part of
New Mexico State’s 1960 undefeated/greatest team (U.S. Bank)
1958 Transfer from UM to New Mexico State (NM State ’58-’60)^
1957 Univ. of Miami Freshman Team on Scholarship

DL/OT Los Angeles Rams (Drafted 19 Rd./256 OV in ’61)^
Dallas Texans (AFL) (Drafted 23rd Rd., 181st Overall in 1961)^
Calgary Stampeders (1961-64 CFL)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1965 CFL)
Edmonton Eskimos (1965 CFL)

^Believed to have been twice drafted as a future in ’61 (Fr. at UM
in ’57, Redshirt transfer in ’58, Redshirt Soph in ’59, Redshirt
Jr. in ’60), it appears Zivkovich passed on his final year of
college eligibility at New Mexico State and signed instead with
Calgary in the CFL in 1961. The CFL had a longtime policy of
signing players less than 4 years out from their HS Graduation.

1961 FA FA #86 Al Dangel
Height/Weight: 6’0″ 210 lbs

Also Played on Miami’s Baseball Team

K/WR Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
Harrisburg Capitols (1966-67 ACFL)
1961 FA FA #35 Theron Mitchell
Height/Weight: 5’11″/180 lbs
QB Jacksonville Robins (1963-64 SFL)
1961 FA FA # Chuck Schiano
Height/Weight: 6’0″/253 lbs
OT Cleveland Bulldogs (1961 UFL)
1961 FA FA #52 Reuben Mills
Height/Weight: 6’0″/200 lbs

1960 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

C/LB
1961 FA FA #10 Maury Guttman
Height/Weight:

1992 Pennsylvania Jewish Sports Hall of Fame
1961-64 Post-grad at Purdue – Rec’d. Masters in Economics
1958 Transferred from UM to Purdue (1958-60,
Platooned at QB with future MLB 2B Bernie Allen)
1957 Univ. of Miami Varsity
1956 UM Freshman Team (starting QB)
1955 HS All-American
also College Baseball (P) at UM & Purdue

QB/DB
1960
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1960 SP SP #50 Jim “Buckethead” Otto, “Double Aught”
Height/Weight: 6’2″/255 lbs

2021 All-Time Best Oakland/L.A./Las Vegas Raider (The Delight)
2021 All-Time Toughest NFL Players (#31 of 50, Stadium Talk)
2019 NFL 100th Anniv. All-Time Top 100 (NFL Network and
#77 by USA Today)
2019 100 Best Raiders of All-Time (#4, USA Today)
2011 Named an ACC Legend
2010 The Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players (#63, NFL Network)
2008 UM Ring of Honor
2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
1999 All-Time Top 100 Pro Players (#78, Sporting News)
1998 Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame
1986 Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame
1980 Pro Football Hall of Fame
1980 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1970-72 NFL Pro Bowls
1972 NFL All-Pro 2nd Team/All-AFC 1st Team (AP)
1971 NFL All-Pro 1st Team (NEA)
1970-72 All-AFC (Sporting News)
1970 NFL All-Pro 1st Team (AP, NEA)
1970 All-AFC 1st Team (AP, UPI, Pro Football Weekly)
1970 All-Time AFL 1st Team (Pro HOF)^
1970 All-Decade Pro Team 1960’s (Pro Football Reference)
1961-69 AFL All-Star Games
1969 All-AFL 2nd Team (Pro HOF, Pro Football Writers)
1968 All-Pro (NFL/AFL)/1968-69 All-AFL 1st Teams (Pro Football Weekly)
1967-69 All-AFL 1st Team (AP, UPI, NEA, Sporting News)
1967-68 All-AFL 1st Team/1969 All-AFL 2nd Team (NY Daily News)
1961, 1963-66 All-AFL 1st Team (NY Daily News)
1960-66 All-AFL 1st Team (AP, UPI, AFL)
1959 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

C/G/LB Minneapolis/Oakland Señors (Drafted AFL #1
at Position: Special – Signed with Oakland) [Didn’t choose
Free Agency that was offered by AFL to all Señors’ picks.]
Oakland Raiders^ (1960-74)

^One of only 20 men who played in the AFL
for its entire 10-year run; Otto joins K/QB George Blanda
and K/WR Gino Cappeletti as the only three 10-year AFL vets
who played in all 14 games every year of its existence.

1960 SP SP #15 Fran “the Little General” Curci
Height/Weight: 5’9″/160 lbs

1997 Florida Sports Hall of Fame
1991 Arena Football League Coach of the Year
1980 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1977 SEC Football Coach of the Year
1977 Playboy Preseason College Coach of the Year
1959 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1959 All-American First Team (AP)
1959 Academic All-American
1958 Playboy Pre-Season All-American

QB/P/K
FL/PR/DB
Minneapolis/Oakland Señors (Drafted AFL #1
at Position: Special – DNS)
Houston Oilers (AFL) (1960, FA – DNP)
Oakland Raiders (1960 AFL Secondary Draft Pick, Camp/Traded)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (1960)
Military Service (1961-62)
Kansas City Chiefs (1963 Camp)

University of Tampa HC (1968-71)
University of Miami HC (1971-1972)
University of Kentucky HC (1973-81)
Tampa Bay Storm HC (1990-91 AFL)
Cincinnati Rockers HC (1992 AFL)

1960 SP SP #24 Bob Rosbaugh
Height/Weight: 6’1″/188 lbs
FL/WB Denver Broncos (Drafted #1 at Position: Special)
Denver Broncos (1960 Camp)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (1960 Camp)
1960 FA FA #81 Walt Corey
Height/Weight: 6’2″/240 lbs

1994 Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
1963 AFL All-Star Game

LB Dallas Texans (AFL) (1960-62)
Kansas City Chiefs (1963-66)
1960 FA FA #80 Jon Mirilovich
Height/Weight: 6’2″/192 lbs
WR Dallas Texans (AFL) (1960 Camp)
1960 FA FA #51 Fred Remmy
Height/Weight: 6’0″/200 lbs

1959 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

C U.S. Coast Guard (post-1960 graduation)

Washington University (St. Louis) HC (1983-86)

1960 FA FA #65 Jim Crawford
Height/Weight: 5’10″/225 lbs

1959 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

G
1959
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1959 FA FA #71 Gary “Wyatt Earp” Greaves
Height/Weight: 6’3″/235 lbs
T/G Houston Oilers (AFL) (1960-61)
Military Service (1961-62)
Houston Oilers (1962 Camp)
Miami/Hialeah Bombers (1962 Florida ProFL)
1959 FA FA #75 Charles Diamond
Height/Weight: 6’2″/262 lbs

1961 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
also Track & Field at UM (Throws)

T/G British Columbia Lions (1959 CFL)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (1960-62)
Kansas City Chiefs (1963)
Kansas City Chiefs (1964 Camp)
Miami Dolphins (1966 Camp)
1959 FA FA #26 Ron Lopszonzski
Height/Weight: 6’0″/185 lbs
QB/DB Orlando Broncos (1964 SFL)
1959 FA FA # Bob Buonopane
Height/Weight: 5’9″/247 lbs
NT Boston Nu-Way Sweepers (1963 ACFL)
New Bedford Sweepers (1965 ACFL)
1959 FA FA # George Schultz
Height/Weight: 6’1″/225 lbs
OG Pittsburgh Valley Ironmen (1963 ACFL)
1958
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1958 4 46 #31 John Varone
Height/Weight: 5’11″/190 lbs

2011 Top 99+ Massachusetts High School Athletes (#47^)
[All-time, all-Sports including women’s, chosen by the Hon.
Raymond Flynn, Boston’s Mayor from 1984-93 who was a South
Boston HS multi-sport prep athlete and Providence College
basketball star who had a tryout with the Boston Celtics,
from The Great Book of Boston Sports Lists]
1958 Senior Bowl
1957 All-American Honorable Mention

HB/DB San Francisco 49ers (Drafted 4/46 – DNS)
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (FA, 1958-59 CFL)

^East Boston High School Class of 1954

1958 FA FA # Gene Reeves
Height/Weight: 6’1″/200 lbs
QB Atlanta Spartans (1964 ACFL)
1957
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1957 1 9 #40 Don “the Bull” Bosseler
Height/Weight: 6’1″/212 lbs

2016 Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame
2012 Eighty Greatest Washington Redskins
2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
2000 Florida Sports Hall of Fame
1999 University of Miami Ring of Honor
1990 College Football Hall of Fame
1970 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1959 NFL All-Star Game
1957 All-Pro Second Team (AP)
1957 Chicago Charities College All-Star Game
1957 Senior Bowl (selected MVP)
1956 All-American 1st Team (AP)
1956 All-American 2nd Team (Central Press, Internat’l News)
1956 All-American 3rd Team (Newspaper Enterprise Assoc.)
1956 Top College Football Player in Florida (AP)
1956 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1956 All-Florida First Team (AP)

FB Washington Redskins (1957-64)
1957 4 49 #86 Jack Johnson
Height/Weight: 6’3″/198 lbs

2004 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1957 Chicago Charities College All Star Game
1957 Senior Bowl
1956 All-American 2nd Team (Central Press)
1956 All-American Honorable Mention (UPI)
1956 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1956 All-Florida First Team (AP)
also UM Track & Field Team

DB/P/E Chicago Bears (Drafted, 1957-59)
Dallas Cowboys (Expansion Draft Pick, 1960 Camp)
Buffalo Bills (1960-61)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (1961)
Dallas Texans (1962 Camp/Traded to Titans)
New York Titans (AFL) (1962 Camp)

Toronto Argonauts (1957 Offer-DNS CFL)

1957 8 97 #22 Johnny “Rebel” Bookman
Height/Weight: 5’11″/182 lbs

1960 All-AFL First Team (UPI)
also UM Track & Field Team

DB/HB New York Giants (Drafted, 1957)
Dallas Texans (AFL) (1960)
New York Titans (AFL) (1961)
New York Titans (1962 Camp)
1957 9 102 #70 Charles Hutchings
Height/Weight: 212 lbs
T Pittsburgh Steelers (Drafted, 1957 Camp)
1957 19 221 #87 Phil Bennett
Height/Weight: 6’3″/225 lbs
LB Pittsburgh Steelers (Drafted, 1957 Camp)
Boston Patriots (AFL) (FA, 1960)
1957 FA FA # Paul Hefti
Height/Weight: 185 lbs
FB Frankfort Falcons (1962 ACFL)
1957 FA FA #12 Sam Scarnecchia
Height/Weight:

1994 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1956 All-American Honorable Mention
also played Baseball at Miami

QB/S
1957 FA FA #61 Tom Pratt
Height/Weight: 200 lbs

1991 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1956 All-American Honorable Mention
1956 NCAA Heavyweight Wrestling Champion

OG/LB University of Miami Asst. Coach (1957-60)
Southern Mississippi Line Coach (1961-62)
Coast Guard Academy Defensive Line Coach (1997)
NFL Asst. Coach – Defensive Line/Rush Specialist
(5 teams – 1963-95, 2000, 2013-17)
Asahi Challengers (1998-99-Asst., 2001-09-Amb., Jpn. XLeague)
IMG Academy Defensive Coordinator Consultant (2010-12)
1956
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1956 1 8 #25 Jack Losch
Height/Weight: 6’1″/205 lbs

2004 Little League Baseball Team Sportsmanship Award
named in his honor after his death that year^
1993 Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
1987 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1955 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
(won Sportsmanship Award)
1955 All-American Honorable Mention
also played Baseball (C/OF) at Miami^
also Track & Field (4 events) at UM

HB/KR/PR
QB/DB
Green Bay Packers (Drafted, 1956)
Military Service (1957-58 USAF Fighter Pilot)
Green Bay Packers (1959 Camp)

^In 1947, Jack went to the 1st-ever Little League Baseball
World Series (then called National Little League Tournament),
representing his hometown of Williamsport, PA. – ironically
also the home of Little League’s headquarters – and helped
his team win the inaugural Championship from CF.

1956 9 107 #33 Francis “Whitey” Rouviere
Height/Weight: 5’11″/187 lbs

2008 USA Today CFB Encyclopedia 250 All-Time College Players^^
2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
1988 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1956 Senior Bowl
1955 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1955 All-American Honorable Mention (AP, UPI)
1954 All-American Honorable Mention (AP, UPI)
^also played Baseball (3B) at Miami
^also on Miami’s Basketball Team
^also Track & Field at UM

^^UM HC Andy Gustafson: “I don’t know of a better man for
single platoon football in the country than Whitey Rouviere,
the Best Halfback in America.” Maybe Miami’s all-time greatest
“60-minute man,” he played Offense, Defense and Special Teams.

CB/HB
PR/KR
Washington Redskins (Drafted, 1956 Camp)

President, Univ. of Miami Alumni Assn. (1977-78)

^ Although Miami has had at least 16 additional 3-sport
men, Rouviere is believed to be the only 4-sport
athlete in UM history. Rouviere (8 letters) joins Whitey
Campbell (12 letters total), Rod Ashman, Louis Hansen^,
Marion Mercurio, Red Tobin, John Douglas and Harvey
James (all Football, Basketball & Baseball); Lamar
Thomas, John “Vic” Mell and Jack Lowe^ (all Football,
Basketball & Track); Jack Losch and Tremain Mack (both
Football, Baseball & Track); Tom Kearns (Football,
Basketball & Boxing); Nick Wolcuff (Football, Wrestling
& Boxing); Foster Alter (Football, Basketball & Golf);
and Harvey Foster (Football, Baseball & Soccer) as UM’s
confirmed varsity-lettered, 3-sport male Hurricane athletes.
[Notes: Louis Hansen entered an open tournament to try out
for UM’s inaugural Men’s Tennis Team in 1931, but failed to
make a 4th Hurricane Varsity Sport Squad. FB/DB Jack Lowe
would go on to transfer from Miami to Ball State.]

1956 10 118 #81 Bob Nolan
Height/Weight: 198 lbs
E/OL Pittsburgh Steelers (Drafted)
British Columbia Lions (1956 CFL)
1956 11 128 #52 Mike Hudock
Height/Weight: 6’2″/245 lbs

1992 Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
1965 All-AFL Second Team (NY Daily News)
1964 All-AFL Second Team (UPI)
1957 Chicago Charities College All-Star Game
1956 All-American Honorable Mention
1956 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1955 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1952 Transferred to Miami from Pitt
also played Baseball at Miami

C Green Bay Packers (Drafted 11/128 as a future
in 1956; 1957 Camp)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1958 Camp)
Philadelphia Eagles (1959 Camp)
New York Titans (1960-62)
New York Jets (1963-65)
Miami Dolphins (Expansion Draft Pick, 1966)
Kansas City Chiefs (1967)
1956 29 344 # Vester Newcomb
Height/Weight: 6’2″/200 lbs

2007 Mississippi JUCO Sports Hall of Fame
(Inaugural year inductee)
1977 Southwest Mississippi C.C. Hall of Fame
1957 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1957 All-American Honorable Mention (at UM)
1957 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1957 3rd Best College Senior in Florida (AP)
1957 All-Florida First Team (AP)
1956 JUCO Transfer to UM from Southwest [MS.] J.C.
1955 JUCO All-American 1st Team
1954 Military Service
1953 JUCO All-American 1st Team
1952 Military Service

LB/C Green Bay Packers (Drafted 29th, 344th overall, as a future
in ’56 out of Southwest [MS.] J.C.; would play two more years
at Miami after transferring)

University of Miami Asst. Coach (1969-70)
University of Tennessee-Martin Head Coach (1978-79)

1956 FA FA #11 Mario “Bonny” Bonofiglio
Height/Weight: 5’8″/169 lbs

1955 Heisman Trophy Finalist (#6)
1955 All-American Honorable Mention
1954 All-American Honorable Mention
1953 Transferred from Wisconsin
also played Baseball at Miami

QB/K US Army Medical Services Corps (1956, 1958-59)
Racine Raiders (1957 Bi-States League)

Also played Baseball professionally

1956 FA FA #69 Joe Kohut
Height/Weight: 187 lbs

2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
1953-55 3-yr. Miami Varsity Letterman

G
1956 FA FA #71 Allan Rodberg
Height/Weight: 6’3″/212 lbs

1955 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1951 High School All-Southern

T
1956 FA FA #14 Joseph Brown “J.B.” Johnston Jr.
Height/Weight:

2019 Ft. Myers HS 100th Anniv. All-Time Top 30 (#23, Ft. Myers News-Press)
1955 Redshirt Sr. at Miami, Did Not Receive Varsity Letter
1954 Played at Miami, but Did Not Receive Varsity Letter
1953 Received MD’s approval & returned to Scholarship Status/Lettered at UM
1952 Injury Redshirt, switched to Team Manager for Spring Camp
1951 Miami Freshman Team

QB Served in U.S. Army and later
worked for NFL’s Atlanta Falcons
1956 FA FA # Burt Grossman
Height/Weight: 6’3″/244 lbs

1956 Earned 4th Letter in Track; Lost in Shot Put again to Georgia Tech’s
Carl Vareen (54’2.4″), although achieving a personal best of 52’8.75″ in
that loss; President, UM Lettermen’s Society “M-Club”; Graduated in Spring
1955 Only loss in Shot Put was to Carl Vareen (SEC Champ in Shot &
Discus in ’55); Lost his debut in Golden Gloves Competition in Jan.,
but vowed he would continue to explore a career in Pro Boxing
1954 Broke his own State Shot Put Record (51’7″); Invited to Drake
Relays & Returned to Penn Relays as Miami’s only representative
1953 Quit football to concentrate on Track (FR-eligible/Korean War);
Broke 3-year-old UM Shot Put Record by 2 feet (49’6″ 16-lb) & then set
Florida State Record (50’6″); also Southeastern AAU Shot Put Champion;
1st-ever Freshman & 1st-ever ‘Cane invited to Penn Relays (placed
2nd in Shot Put there); Rated #5 Nationally in Shot Put (as a Freshman!)
1952-Fall UM Freshman Football Scholarship (led FR. team in scoring)
1952-Spring Set Pennsylvania HS Shot Put Record (56’8″ 12-lb)

DT/K ^Although not invited to 1956 Olympic Trials for Shot Put,
Grossman’s contributions to the breakthrough success of
UM’s Track & Field Team shouldn’t be overlooked. Along
with Earl Welbaum (middle distance runner), Bill Bennett
(high & low hurdles), and football-playing sprinters Jack
Losch
, John Bookman & Jack Johnson, Grossman helped
establish the seriousness of Miami’s Track Program.
(Gordon Malloy and Whitey Rouviere were also UM
Trackmen in ’50s; all listed here are in UM’s HOF except
Grossman and Bookman.) Shot Put Trials: 1. Parry O’Brien
(1952 Olympic Gold Medalist, 60’9.75″), 2. Manhattan
College’s Ken Bantum (NCAA & AAU Champ, 59’6.5″),
3. Billy Nieder (1st to 60′ in both HS & College, 58’1″).
Olympic Finishes: O’Brien, Gold and Nieder, Silver (Bantum
finished 4th). Both O’Brien (USC) and Nieder (Kansas) left
football after injuries to concentrate on the Shot Put. Both
won medals again in 1960: Nieder, Gold and O’Brien, Silver.
Two top College Athletes also putting the shot during this
time, Georgia Tech’s Vareen and Penn State’s Rosey Grier,
stuck with football, both ending up playing DT in the NFL.
1955
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1955 4 39 #32 “Flash” Gordon Malloy^
Height/Weight: 187 lbs

Honorary Director: UM Atlanta Hurricane Alumni Club
1978 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1955 Chicago Charities College All-Star Game
1955 East-West Shrine Game
1954 All-American Honorable Mention (UPI, Newspaper Ent. Assn.)
1954 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1954 Blue-Gray Game
1954 2nd Best College Senior in Florida (AP)
1954 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1954 All-Florida First Team (AP)
1951 Transferred from Georgia Tech (1950 FR.)
also Track & Field at UM

^Full name is Russell Gordon Malloy, Jr.

HB/FB/DB Detroit Lions (Drafted-DNP)
Montreal Alouettes (1955-DNP CFL)
On Feb. 25, 1955 (several years before Billy Cannon and the AFL),
NFL Commissioner Bert Bell announced that “Montreal got there
first and is entitled to (Gordon Malloy).” Malloy had signed a
Detroit Lions contract after he originally agreed to play in Canada.
Bell said he expected an “end to the feud between American and
Canadian professional teams … creating a ceasefire in the
expensive player-raids.” Later, after the CFL raided NFL players who
were already under option to NFL teams, Commissioner Bell reversed
himself and ruled that the Detroit contract with Malloy was valid.
The Montreal Alouettes then sued claiming Malloy was already under
contract when Detroit stole him away. Ironically, during his first
action as a professional, Malloy blew out his knee while making a
sharp cut at practice for the Chicago Charities College All-Star
Game and didn’t play in that game. Each College All-Star received a
small salary (maybe $150 in 1955) to play against the NFL Champs
in Chicago (or Evanston) every summer between 1934 and 1976 (except
1974), but the game ended because of “increasing expenses reflected
in insurance costs (and) high player salaries.” Due to his injury,
Gordon Malloy would never play in either the NFL or CFL, although
he later joined the UM football coaching staff.
1955 7 75 #82 Frank McDonald
Height/Weight: 6’2″/200 lbs

1974 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1955 Senior Bowl
1954 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1954 All-American 1st Team (AP, Football Writers)
1954 All-American 2nd Team (Stanley Woodward’s Magazine)
1954 All-American 3rd Team (Newspaper Enterprise Assoc.)
1954 All-American Honorable Mention (UPI)
1954 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1954 All-Florida First Team (AP)
1954 Pre-season All-American

TE/OL Baltimore Colts (Drafted, 1955 Camp)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1955 CFL)
1955 11 122 #83 Tom Pepsin
Height/Weight: 6’1″/195 lbs

1954 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

E Chicago Cardinals (NFL) (Drafted)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1955 CFL)
1955 26 303 #65 Loren “Walt” Houston
Height/Weight: 6’0″/217 lbs

Transferred to Purdue

OG/E Washington Redskins (Drafted, 1955)
1955 FA FA #10 Carl Garrigus
Height/Weight: 5’11″/192 lbs

1954 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1954 All-American Honorable Mention
also played Baseball (Inf) at Miami

QB/DB Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1955 CFL)
1955 FA FA #51 Ernie Tobey
Height/Weight: 190 lbs

2008 Top 55 Hurricanes: 1953-2007 (USA Today CFB Encyclopedia)
1954 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1954 All-South Independent Honorable Mention (AP)
1953 All-American Honorable Mention (AP)
1953 2nd Best College Player in Florida (AP)
1953 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1953 All-Florida First Team (AP)
1953 University of Miami Team MVP

C/LB Post-grad: Military Service Career
1955 FA FA #73 Norman French
Height/Weight: 5’11″/198 lbs

1954 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

G/T
1954
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1954 21 247 #70 Dan Tassotti
Height/Weight: 6’2″/235 lbs
T/K Pittsburgh Steelers (Drafted)
1954 FA FA #15 Don “the Dawgfather” James
Height/Weight: 5’9″/175 lbs

1998 State of Washington Sports Hall of Fame
1997 College Football Hall of Fame
1997 Orange Bowl Hall of Fame
1996 Kent State Hall of Fame
1994 Rose Bowl Hall of Fame
1993 University of Washington Hall of Fame
1992 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1991 National College Coach of the Year
1991 Paul “Bear” Bryant Award
1991 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year
1991 George Munger Award
1991 Sporting News College Football COY
1990–1991 Pac-10 Coach of the Year
1990 Nat’l. Coach of the Year Honorable Mention (Gannett News)
1989 President of American Football Coaches Assn.
1987 Citrus Bowl Hall of Fame
1984 National College Coach of the Year
1980 Pac-10 Coach of the Year
1977 AFCA Coach of the Year
1972 MAC Coach of the Year
1953 UM Phillip Optner Trophy (Highest GPA as SR.)
1953 “Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities”

QB HC at Kent State (1971-74)
HC at University of Washington (1975-92)
1954 FA FA #62 Eugene Buccilli
Height/Weight: 215 lbs

1953 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

T
1954 FA FA #45 Bob Taro
Height/Weight: 6’1″/175 lbs

1951-53 at Miami
also played Baseball at Miami
(4-yr. letterman in baseball; FR-eligible/Korean War)

HB Postgrad: Signed MLB contract with Brooklyn Dodgers & assigned to
Bakersfield Indians (1954 Level C California League)
promoted to Mobile Bears (1954 Level AA Southern Assn.)
Played SS/3B, B:R, T:R
Post-Pro Baseball Career: US Army, 101st Airborn Div. in Korea
1954 FA FA #40 Jack O’Leary
Height/Weight:

2008 University of Central Florida Hall of Fame
Transferred from UM to New Hampshire and then to Colorado College
(at UM 1947-48, also Military Service/Korean War)

HB HC & AD at St. Mary’s of the Plains College
AD Miami-Dade Community College (1973)
AD Colorado State University (1974-76)
AD Central Florida (1976-81)
1953
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1953 15 172 #71 Nick “Chick” Chickillo
Height/Weight: 5’11″/220 lbs

1987 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1952 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1952 All-American First Team (AP)
1952 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1952 All-Florida First Team (AP)

LB/OG Chicago Cardinals (NFL) (Drafted, 1953)
1953 24 282 #14 Bob Schneidenbach
Height/Weight: 6’0″/183 lbs

1999 Air Commando Hall of Fame
(Awarded Silver Star for gallantry in action in Laos, Feb. 23, 1968)

QB/HB Pittsburgh Steelers (Drafted)
Toronto Argonauts (1953 CFL)
Toronto Balmy Beach (1953-54 ORFU)
Military Service during Vietnam War
1953 FA FA #30 Raymond “Reckless Rex” Shiver
Height/Weight: 6’0″/190 lbs

1952 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1952 All-American Honorable Mention (AP)
1952 2nd-Best College Senior in Florida (AP)
1952 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1952 All-Florida First Team (AP)

DB/LB Military Service (1953-55)
Los Angeles Rams (1956)
Los Angeles Rams (1957 Camp/Traded)
Washington Redskins (1957 Camp)
Toronto Argonauts (1957 CFL)
1953 FA FA #44 Harry “Scooter” Mallios
Height/Weight: 178 lbs

2010 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Miami Sports Founder
1986 University of Miami Hall of Fame

FB AD at University of Miami (1979-83)
1953 FA FA #55 Armand “Stitch” Vari
Height/Weight: 5’11″/180 lbs

1977 University of Miami Hall of Fame
At UM for 1949-52 seasons

C/QB U.S. Army (Pre-UM: mid-to-late 1940s)
U.S. Air Force (Post-grad: 1953-55)
President, UM Sports Hall of Fame
Chairman, UM Athletic Federation (Hurricane Club)
University Alumni Board Member
1953 FA FA #66 Don Mariutto
Height/Weight:

1990 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1949 Transferred from Florida (at UM 1950-52)

G Military Service: USAF (1953-54, ROTC at UM)
USAF Reserves (1955-83, retiring as a Colonel)
University of Miami Board of Trustees
Chairman of the UM Board’s Athletic Advisory Committee
President: UM Sports Hall of Fame
Chairman & Founding Member: Athletic Federation (Hurricane Club)
Grand Founder: Society of University Founders
Established UM’s Mariutto Family Scholarship
(annual Team Award to player with “highest academics”)
1952
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1952 1 8 #42 Jim Dooley
Height/Weight: 6’4″/198 lbs

2019 Chicago Bears 100th Anniversary Team (#73 Chicago Tribune;
#90 USA Today; #94 Bears Centennial Scrapbook)
2010 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Miami Sports Founder
1998 Florida Sports Hall of Fame
1997 University of Miami Ring of Honor
1997 Hurricanes Jersey #42 Retired by Miami
1996 Gator Bowl Hall of Fame
1972 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1952 Senior Bowl
1951 All-American 1st Team (AP)
1951 All-South Independent 1st Team (AP)
1950-51 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

WR/TE
HB/DB
Chicago Bears (1952-1961)

Chicago Bears HC (1968-71)

1952 30 352 #33 Wilfred “Will” Stolk
Height/Weight: 6’1″/196 lbs

1950 All-American Honorable Mention

FB/LB Chicago Cardinals (NFL) (Drafted)
1952 FA FA #82 Walt Chwalik
Height/Weight: 6’0″/220 lbs
DE Chicago Bears (1952 Tryout – DNA)
Philadelphia Eagles (Tryout – DNA)
1952 FA FA #83 Leo “the Lion” Martin
Height/Weight: 6’2″/188 lbs

1973 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1953 U.S. Air Force All-Star
1950 All-American Honorable Mention
1950 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)
1949 All-American Honorable Mention
1949 Jack Burney Memorial Trophy (for nation’s top End)

DE/P Post-grad Military Service: USAF
1952 FA FA #11 Jack “Mighty Mouse” Hackett
Height/Weight: 5’8″/155 lbs

1971 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1950 All-American Honorable Mention
1950 All-Florida 2nd Team (AP)

QB
1952 FA FA #74 Charley George
Height/Weight: 6’0″/197 lbs

1995 University of Miami Hall of Fame

G/T
1952 FA FA #61 Ray Arckey (aka Ray Arcangeletti)
Height/Weight: 5’11″/188 lbs

1976 University of Miami Hall of Fame

G
1951
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1951 4 49 #89 Tom Jelley
Height/Weight: 6’5″/225 lbs

1950 All-American Honorable Mention
(at UM 1948-50)

DE/TE Chicago Bears (Drafted 4/49 as a Future/
signed by Bears after passing on remaining
eligibility, then Traded to Steelers)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1951)
Pittsburgh Steelers (1952 Camp)
Military Service (1953-54)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1955 Camp CFL)
1951 5 54 Al Carapella #72 Al Carapella
Height/Weight: 6’1″/260 lbs

2010 Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Miami Sports Founder
1970 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1954 NFL All-Star Game
1951 College All-Star Football Classic
1950 All-American First Team (AP)
1950 All-Florida First Team (AP)
also played Baseball at Miami

DT/NT/OT
LB/FB
San Francisco 49ers (1951-55)
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1956 CFL)
1951 13 152 #51 Pete Mastellone
Height/Weight: 5’10”/198 lbs

1983 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1950 All-American Honorable Mention
1950 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

C/LB Philadelphia Eagles (Drafted, 1951 Camp)
1951 18 218 #42 Frank Smith
Height/Weight: 6’1″/179 lbs

1970 University of Miami Hall of Fame
1951 All-American Honorable Mention
1950 All-American Honorable Mention
1950 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)
also played Baseball (CF) at Miami

HB/P New York (Football) Giants (1951 Drafted – DNS [Injury])

Signed to play Pro Baseball with Florida State
League’s Palatka Azaleas (1952 D-League,
Independent); Played OF 3 years with 4 clubs
from 1952-54 advancing to B Level minors

1951 29 341 #81 Ralph Fieler
Height/Weight: 6’7″/242 lbs

1947 Transfer from Indiana U. (1946)
Also played College Baseball at Miami
Post HS: U.S. Navy in WWII

E Green Bay Packers (Drafted, 1951 Camp)
1951 FA FA #10 Ameleto “Jack” Del Bello
Height/Weight: 6’1″/190 lbs
QB/DB U.S. Army, Ft. Jackson Football (1951-52)
Philadelphia Eagles (1953 DNP, Traded to Baltimore)
Baltimore Colts (1953)
1951 FA FA #67 Joe Lyden
Height/Weight: 5’11″/186 lbs

1950 All-American Honorable Mention
1950 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)

OG/DT/K
1950
Year Rd Sel# Player Pos. Team
1950 FA FA #50 Art “Otis” Davies
Height/Weight: 6’2″/197 lbs

1950 Senior Bowl
1950 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

C
1950 FA FA #34 Bob “Whitey” Campbell^
Height/Weight: 5’11″/166 lbs

1971 UM’s Outstanding Athlete for its 1st 25 yrs.^^
1970 University of Miami Hall of Fame
(Year?) North-South College All-Star Shrine Game All-Time Defense
1949 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game
1949 All-American Honorable Mention
1949 All-Florida 1st Team (AP)
also on Basketball & Baseball Teams at Miami^^

^Born Alexander Carr Campbell, raised as Bob Stafford, Whitey was 1st
told real name for WWII draft purposes by Step-Dad, Dick Stafford

FB/DB 1944 (pre-MLB draft): Workouts with/Offered Contracts by Cincinnati
Reds and New York (Baseball) Giants coming out of HS – DNS;
instead deciding to attend Miami after military discharge in ’46

HC Univ. of Miami Baseball (1958, 1960-62)
HC Univ. of Montana Baseball (1966)

^^Considered UM’s greatest multi-sport athlete.
Due to WWII, Campbell was freshman-eligible
and earned a varsity letter for 4 yrs. straight in
Football, Basketball and Baseball – 12 letters in all!

1950 FA FA #63 Tom Flynn
Height/Weight: 5’9″/188 lbs

1950 North-South College All-Star Shrine Game

G
1950 FA FA #40 Clive Shrader
Height/Weight: 5’11″/176 lbs

1949/50 UM Senior Class Vice President
1948 Who’s Who in American Colleges & Universities
1944-46 Army Air Corp Pilot in World War II

HB President, UM Alumni Association (1968–1971)
also President, UM Engineering Alumni Assn. and
President, Florida Gold Coast Chapter of AAU
1950 FA FA # Gus Dielens
Height/Weight:

Transferred to Army (at UM in 1944)

DB AD at Army (1968–1971)
AD at Tampa (1971-73)