Army Alumni Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1952 Bowman Large Barney Poole 1952 Bowman Large 11 Barney Poole Dallas Texans end Army, Mississippi College Hall of Fame 1974
1952 Bowman Large Al Pollard 1952 Bowman Large 34 Al Pollard Philadelphia Eagles running back, defensive back Army
1952 Bowman Large Tex Coulter 1952 Bowman Large 71 Tex Coulter New York Giants tackle, end Army
1952 Bowman Small Barney Poole 1952 Bowman Small 11 Barney Poole Dallas Texans end Army, Mississippi College Hall of Fame 1974
1952 Bowman Small Al Pollard 1952 Bowman Small 34 Al Pollard Philadelphia Eagles running back, defensive back Army PSA 8
1952 Bowman Small Tex Coulter 1952 Bowman Small 71 Tex Coulter New York Giants tackle, end Army
1952 Wheaties Glenn Davis in Action 1952 Wheaties 1 Glenn Davis in Action Davis was nicknamed "Mr. Outside" at Army; his teammate, Doc Blanchard, was nicknamed "Mr. Inside."
Glenn Davis Los Angeles Rams halfback Army, Cal Poly-Pomona Heisman Trophy 1946, College Hall of Fame 1961
1952 Wheaties Glenn Davis Portrait 1952 Wheaties 2 Glenn Davis Portrait Davis did not play in 1952; a knee injury had ended his career.
Glenn Davis Los Angeles Rams halfback Army, Cal Poly-Pomona Heisman Trophy 1946, College Hall of Fame 1961
1953 Bowman Al Pollard 1953 Bowman 14 Al Pollard Philadelphia Eagles running back, defensive back Army
1953 Bowman Al Conway 1953 Bowman 52 Al Conway Philadelphia Eagles running back Army Conway was an official for 28 seasons in the AFL and NFL.
1953 Bowman Tex Coulter 1953 Bowman 64 Tex Coulter New York Giants tackle, end Army Coulter did not play in the NFL in 1953. He played in Canada for the Montreal Alouettes.
1953 Rams Team Issue Hampton Pool 1953 Rams Team Issue 22 Hampton Pool Los Angeles Rams end, coach California, Army Before coaching, Pool played 4 seasons for the Chicago Bears and 1 season for the AAFC's Miami Seahawks. ex
1953 Rams Team Issue Assistant Coaches 1953 Rams Team Issue 36 Assistant Coaches Hickey played 5 seasons for the Rams in the 1940s. exmt
Bill Battles Los Angeles Rams coach Brown
Red Hickey Los Angeles Rams end, coach Arkansas
John Sauer Los Angeles Rams coach Army
1954 Blue Ribbon Tex Coulter 1954 Blue Ribbon 67 Tex Coulter Montreal Alouettes tackle, end Army
1954 Bowman Arnold Galiffa 1954 Bowman 122 Arnold Galiffa New York Giants quarterback Army College Hall of Fame 1983 SGC 84, exmt
1954 Rams Team Issue Hampton Pool 1954 Rams Team Issue 21 Hampton Pool Los Angeles Rams end, coach California, Army exmt
1954 Rams Team Issue Rams Coaches 1954 Rams Team Issue 36 Rams Coaches ex+
Bill Battles Los Angeles Rams coach Brown
Red Hickey Los Angeles Rams end, coach Arkansas
Hampton Pool Los Angeles Rams end, coach California, Army
John Sauer Los Angeles Rams coach Army
Dick Voris Los Angeles Rams coach San Jose State
Ralph Weaver Los Angeles Rams coach Newberry College
1955 Topps All-American Cas Myslinski 1955 Topps All-American 25 Cas Myslinski center Army PSA 7, nm oc
1955 Topps All-American Hank Foldberg 1955 Topps All-American 32 Hank Foldberg end Army Foldberg played professionally for the AAFC's Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Hornets in the late 1940s. His son, Hank Foldberg Jr., played tight end for the University of Florida. Hank Jr. appeared on a 1973 Florida Gators playing card. PSA 8
1955 Topps All-American Ed Garbisch 1955 Topps All-American 44 Ed Garbisch center Army College Hall of Fame 1954 BVG 7.5, PSA 5, exmt
1955 Topps All-American Elmer Oliphant 1955 Topps All-American 45 Elmer Oliphant halfback Army College Hall of Fame 1955
1955 Topps All-American Jack Green 1955 Topps All-American 53 Jack Green guard Army, Tulane College Hall of Fame 1989 PSA 8
1955 Topps All-American Frank Merritt 1955 Topps All-American 55 Frank Merritt tackle Army College Hall of Fame 1996 PSA 7
1955 Topps All-American Doc Blanchard 1955 Topps All-American 59 Doc Blanchard fullback Army Heisman Trophy 1945, College Hall of Fame 1959 Rookie card

Blanchard was the first player to win the Heisman Trophy as a junior. He placed third in Heisman voting in 1944, first in 1945, and fourth in 1946.
1955 Topps All-American Chris Cagle 1955 Topps All-American 95 Chris Cagle halfback Army, Louisiana-Lafayette College Hall of Fame 1954 Cagle played college football for eight years, according to his College Football Hall of Fame page. PSA 8, BVG 7