Michigan State Alumni Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums Baltimore Colts 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 2 Baltimore Colts Baltimore Colts The image on the cover of this album also appeared, with Unitas's number altered, on Zeke Bratkowski's 1962 Topps football card.
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums Green Bay Packers 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 7 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums Philadelphia Eagles 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 12 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles The player on the cover of this album is Ray Nitschke.
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums Buffalo Bills 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 18 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums Kansas City Chiefs 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 22 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs
1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums New York Jets 1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums 24 New York Jets New York Jets The player on the cover of this mini-album appears to be Bobby Layne.
1969 Tresler Comet Bengals Jess Phillips 1969 Tresler Comet Bengals 15 Jess Phillips Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Michigan State Phillips had an 83-yard run in 1969, longest in the AFL. PSA 7, nm+
1970 Kelloggs George Webster 1970 Kelloggs 43 George Webster Houston Oilers linebacker Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1987 exmt
1970 Kelloggs Bubba Smith 1970 Kelloggs 46 Bubba Smith Baltimore Colts defensive end Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1988 Michigan State retired Smith's number, 95, in 2007. PSA 9
1970 Topps Gene Washington 1970 Topps 29 Gene Washington Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michigan State College Hall of Fame 2011 Rookie card
1970 Topps Jerry Rush 1970 Topps 32 Jerry Rush Detroit Lions defensive tackle Michigan State Rookie card
1970 Topps Gary Ballman 1970 Topps 47 Gary Ballman Philadelphia Eagles halfback Michigan State nm
1970 Topps Ed Budde 1970 Topps 77 Ed Budde Kansas City Chiefs guard Michigan State Chiefs Hall of Fame 1984
1970 Topps Earl Morrall 1970 Topps 88 Earl Morrall Baltimore Colts quarterback Michigan State
1970 Topps Bubba Smith 1970 Topps 114 Bubba Smith Baltimore Colts defensive end Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1988 Rookie card

The Colts chose Smith with the first overall pick in the 1967 NFL draft.
1970 Topps George Webster 1970 Topps 120 George Webster Houston Oilers linebacker Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1987 Rookie card SGC 92, PSA 7
1970 Topps Super George Webster 1970 Topps Super 34 George Webster Houston Oilers linebacker Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1987
1970 Topps Super Glossy George Webster 1970 Topps Super Glossy 26 George Webster Houston Oilers linebacker Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1987 PSA 9, nm
1971 Kelloggs Dave Herman 1971 Kelloggs 11 Dave Herman New York Jets guard Michigan State
1971 Kelloggs Gene Washington 1971 Kelloggs 14 Gene Washington Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Michigan State College Hall of Fame 2011
1971 Kelloggs Clint Jones 1971 Kelloggs 22 Clint Jones Minnesota Vikings running back Michigan State College Hall of Fame 2015 Jones had his best season in 1971, rushing for 675 yards.
1971 Kelloggs Jess Phillips 1971 Kelloggs 24 Jess Phillips Cincinnati Bengals defensive back Michigan State
1971 Kelloggs Dick Gordon 1971 Kelloggs 56 Dick Gordon Chicago Bears end Michigan State Gordon led the NFL in receptions in 1970, with 71.
1971 O-Pee-Chee CFL Ellison Kelly 1971 O-Pee-Chee CFL 8 Ellison Kelly Toronto Argonauts tackle Michigan State Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1992 nm
1971 Topps Bubba Smith 1971 Topps 53 Bubba Smith Baltimore Colts defensive end Michigan State College Hall of Fame 1988 Smith's younger brother, Tody Smith, was a defensive end for the Cowboys, Bills, and Houston Oilers.