Arizona State Alumni Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1968 KDKA Steelers Coaches 1968 KDKA Steelers 2 Coaches PSA 8, PSA 7
Bill Austin Pittsburgh Steelers guard, coach Oregon State
Mr. Berlin Pittsburgh Steelers coach
Carl DePasqua Pittsburgh Steelers coach Pittsburgh
Tom Fletcher Pittsburgh Steelers coach Arizona State
Don Heinrich Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, coach Washington College Hall of Fame 1987
Leon McLaughlin Pittsburgh Steelers center, coach UCLA
Hugh Taylor Pittsburgh Steelers end, coach Tulane, Oklahoma City University
Torgy Torgeson Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker, coach Washington State
1968 O-Pee-Chee CFL Joe Zuger 1968 O-Pee-Chee CFL 51 Joe Zuger Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback, punter Arizona State
1968 O-Pee-Chee CFL Bob Lueck 1968 O-Pee-Chee CFL 73 Bob Lueck Calgary Stampeders guard Arizona State Lueck's younger brother, Bill Lueck, played for the NFL's Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles.
1968 Topps Henry Carr 1968 Topps 57 Henry Carr New York Giants halfback Arizona State vg-ex
1968 Topps Mike Mercer 1968 Topps 123 Mike Mercer Buffalo Bills kicker Arizona State Mercer scored the first field goal in Super Bowl history, a 31-yarder for the Chiefs in Super Bowl I. exmt
1968 Topps Jerry Smith 1968 Topps 140 Jerry Smith Washington Redskins tight end Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame nm-mt mc
1968 Topps Charley Taylor 1968 Topps 192 Charley Taylor Washington Redskins wide receiver Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1984 Error card

Name misspelled "Charlie" on back.
PSA 8
1968 Topps Tony Lorick 1968 Topps 204 Tony Lorick Baltimore Colts fullback Arizona State Lorick was inducted into the Arizona State Athletics Hall of Fame in 1983. PSA 8, nm-mt
1969 Drenks Packers Pins Travis Williams 1969 Drenks Packers Pins 19 Travis Williams Green Bay Packers running back Contra Costa Jr. College, Arizona State Packers Hall of Fame 1997 Williams returned four kickoffs for touchdowns in 1967, setting a new NFL record. Cecil Turner tied the record in 1970, but the record still stands.
1969 Glendale Stamps John Pitts 1969 Glendale Stamps 45 John Pitts Buffalo Bills defensive back Arizona State
1969 Glendale Stamps Tony Lorick 1969 Glendale Stamps 199 Tony Lorick New Orleans Saints fullback Arizona State
1969 Glendale Stamps Gary Lewis 1969 Glendale Stamps 297 Gary Lewis San Francisco 49ers fullback Arizona State
1969 Saints Doubloons Tony Lorick 1969 Saints Doubloons 13 Tony Lorick New Orleans Saints fullback Arizona State
1969 Topps Jerry Smith 1969 Topps 45 Jerry Smith Washington Redskins tight end Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame
1969 Topps Tony Lorick 1969 Topps 61 Tony Lorick New Orleans Saints fullback Arizona State nm
1969 Topps Charley Taylor 1969 Topps 67 Charley Taylor Washington Redskins wide receiver Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1984
1969 Topps Gary Lewis 1969 Topps 226 Gary Lewis San Francisco 49ers fullback Arizona State PSA 8, nm+
1969 Topps 4-in-1 Grady Alderman, Jerry Smith, Dick LeBeau, Gale Sayers 1969 Topps 4-in-1 1 Grady Alderman, Jerry Smith, Dick LeBeau, Gale Sayers
Grady Alderman Minnesota Vikings tackle Detroit
Dick LeBeau Detroit Lions defensive back Ohio State Pro Football Hall of Fame 2010
Gale Sayers Chicago Bears halfback Kansas College Hall of Fame 1977, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1977
Jerry Smith Washington Redskins tight end Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame
1969 Topps 4-in-1 Charley Johnson, Jim Katcavage, Bill Triplett, Gary Lewis 1969 Topps 4-in-1 27A Charley Johnson, Jim Katcavage, Bill Triplett, Gary Lewis There are two variations of this card. This one has Johnson's name in white on blue, Triplett's name in red on yellow. PSA 8
Charley Johnson St. Louis Cardinals quarterback New Mexico State Broncos Ring of Fame 1986
Jim Katcavage New York Giants defensive end, defensive tackle Dayton
Gary Lewis San Francisco 49ers fullback Arizona State
Bill Triplett Detroit Lions halfback Miami Ohio
1969 Topps 4-in-1 Charley Johnson, Jim Katcavage, Bill Triplett, Gary Lewis 1969 Topps 4-in-1 27B Charley Johnson, Jim Katcavage, Bill Triplett, Gary Lewis There are two variations of this card. This one has Johnson's name in red on yellow, Triplett's name in white on blue. PSA 8
Charley Johnson St. Louis Cardinals quarterback New Mexico State Broncos Ring of Fame 1986
Jim Katcavage New York Giants defensive end, defensive tackle Dayton
Gary Lewis San Francisco 49ers fullback Arizona State
Bill Triplett Detroit Lions halfback Miami Ohio
1969 Topps 4-in-1 Jackie Smith, Jim Grabowski, Charley Taylor, Jim Johnson 1969 Topps 4-in-1 52 Jackie Smith, Jim Grabowski, Charley Taylor, Jim Johnson
Jim Grabowski Green Bay Packers running back Illinois College Hall of Fame 1995
Jim Johnson San Francisco 49ers defensive back UCLA Pro Football Hall of Fame 1994, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009
Jackie Smith St. Louis Cardinals tight end, kicker Northwestern Louisiana Pro Football Hall of Fame 1994
Charley Taylor Washington Redskins wide receiver Arizona State Redskins Ring of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1984
1969 Topps 4-in-1 Wayne Walker, Tony Lorick, Merlin Olsen, Dave Wilcox 1969 Topps 4-in-1 60 Wayne Walker, Tony Lorick, Merlin Olsen, Dave Wilcox PSA 9
Tony Lorick New Orleans Saints fullback Arizona State
Merlin Olsen Los Angeles Rams tackle Utah State Outland Trophy 1961, College Hall of Fame 1980, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1982
Wayne Walker Detroit Lions linebacker, kicker Idaho
Dave Wilcox San Francisco 49ers linebacker Oregon Pro Football Hall of Fame 2000, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums New Orleans Saints 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 10 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums San Francisco 49ers 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 15 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers The image on the front of this album is Joe Walton of the New York Giants. The image appeared seven years earlier on Walton's 1962 Topps card.
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums Washington Redskins 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 16 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins The player on the cover of this album is Dick James. Topps used the same image, with James's number altered, in the inset photo of John Aveni's 1962 Topps football card.