Princeton Alumni Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1894 Mayo Cut Plug H.W. Barnett 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 4 H.W. Barnett Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug H.D. Brown 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 8 H.D. Brown Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Burt 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 9 Burt Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Eddie Crowdis 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 11 Eddie Crowdis Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Augustus Holly 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 19 Augustus Holly Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Langdon Lea 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 20 Langdon Lea tackle, end Princeton College Hall of Fame 1964
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Frank Morse 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 24 Frank Morse Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Neilson Poe 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 26 Neilson Poe Princeton Poe was Edgar Allan Poe's cousin.
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Dudley Riggs 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 27 Dudley Riggs Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Knox Taylor 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 29 Knox Taylor Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Thomas Trenchard 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 31 Thomas Trenchard Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug William Ward 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 32 William Ward Princeton
1894 Mayo Cut Plug Arthur Wheeler 1894 Mayo Cut Plug 34 Arthur Wheeler guard Princeton College Hall of Fame 1969
1950 Bowman Bob Perina 1950 Bowman 62 Bob Perina Chicago Bears halfback, defensive back Princeton nm
1955 Topps All-American Dick Kazmaier 1955 Topps All-American 23 Dick Kazmaier quarterback Princeton Heisman Trophy 1951, College Hall of Fame 1966 Rookie card PSA 8, PSA 7
1956 Topps Chicago Cardinals Team 1956 Topps 22 Chicago Cardinals Team Chicago Cardinals Short print

This card pictures the 1955 Chicago Cardinals team.
1965 Topps Cosmo Iacavazzi 1965 Topps 118 Cosmo Iacavazzi New York Jets halfback Princeton College Hall of Fame 2002 Rookie card

Iacavazzi is pictured in his Princeton uniform, colored Jets green. He led the nation in scoring with Princeton in 1963.
1967 Philadelphia Charlie Gogolak 1967 Philadelphia 182 Charlie Gogolak Washington Redskins kicker Princeton Rookie card, double print

Gogolak was the first placekicker ever to be chosen in the first round of the NFL draft. The Redskins took him with the 6th overall pick in 1966.
1969 Glendale Stamps Charlie Gogolak 1969 Glendale Stamps 301 Charlie Gogolak Washington Redskins kicker Princeton Gogolak's brother Pete was also a kicker in the NFL.
1969 Topps Charlie Gogolak 1969 Topps 205 Charlie Gogolak Washington Redskins kicker Princeton Gogolak holds the NFL record for the most extra point attempts in a game. He made 9 out of 10 extra points in a 72-41 win against the Giants in 1966. His brother, Pete, the Giants' kicker, made 5 out of 6 in the same game. nm
1969 Topps 4-in-1 Billy Lothridge, Herb Adderley, John Mackey, Charlie Gogolak 1969 Topps 4-in-1 35 Billy Lothridge, Herb Adderley, John Mackey, Charlie Gogolak PSA 9, nm
Herb Adderley Green Bay Packers defensive back Michigan State Pro Football Hall of Fame 1980, Packers Hall of Fame 1981
Charlie Gogolak Washington Redskins kicker Princeton
Billy Lothridge Atlanta Falcons kicker Georgia Tech
John Mackey Baltimore Colts tight end Syracuse Pro Football Hall of Fame 1992
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.
1972 Sunoco Stamps Charlie Gogolak 1972 Sunoco Stamps 372 Charlie Gogolak New England Patriots kicker Princeton
1972 Topps Charlie Gogolak 1972 Topps 44 Charlie Gogolak New England Patriots kicker Princeton
1977 Topps Karl Chandler 1977 Topps 236 Karl Chandler New York Giants center Princeton Rookie card