Canadian Football Hall Of Fame Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1954 Blue Ribbon Kaye Vaughan 1954 Blue Ribbon 23 Kaye Vaughan Ottawa Rough Riders guard Tulsa Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1978
1954 Blue Ribbon Bernie Custis 1954 Blue Ribbon 33 Bernie Custis Hamilton Tiger-Cats running back, quarterback Syracuse Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1998
1954 Blue Ribbon Pete Neumann 1954 Blue Ribbon 37 Pete Neumann Hamilton Tiger-Cats defensive end Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1979
1954 Blue Ribbon Vince Scott 1954 Blue Ribbon 38 Vince Scott Hamilton Tiger-Cats guard Notre Dame Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1982
1954 Blue Ribbon Bill Zock 1954 Blue Ribbon 43 Bill Zock Edmonton Eskimos guard Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1985
1954 Blue Ribbon Frank Morris 1954 Blue Ribbon 44 Frank Morris Edmonton Eskimos guard Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983
1954 Blue Ribbon Eagle Keys 1954 Blue Ribbon 46 Eagle Keys Edmonton Eskimos center, linebacker Western Kentucky Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1990 PSA 5
1954 Blue Ribbon Bernie Faloney 1954 Blue Ribbon 47 Bernie Faloney Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Maryland Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1974
1954 Blue Ribbon Jackie Parker 1954 Blue Ribbon 48 Jackie Parker Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Mississippi Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1971, College Hall of Fame 1976
1954 Blue Ribbon John Bright 1954 Blue Ribbon 51 John Bright Calgary Stampeders halfback Drake Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1970, College Hall of Fame 1984
1954 Blue Ribbon Red O 1954 Blue Ribbon 61 Red O'Quinn Montreal Alouettes end Wake Forest Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1981
1954 Blue Ribbon Sam Etcheverry 1954 Blue Ribbon 68 Sam Etcheverry Montreal Alouettes quarterback Denver Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1969
1954 Blue Ribbon Herb Trawick 1954 Blue Ribbon 72 Herb Trawick Montreal Alouettes guard, tackle Kentucky State Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1975 Trawick was the first African-American to play professional football in Canada.
1954 Blue Ribbon Virgil Wagner 1954 Blue Ribbon 73 Virgil Wagner Montreal Alouettes running back, defensive back John Milliken Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1980
1954 Blue Ribbon Bruce Coulter 1954 Blue Ribbon 75 Bruce Coulter Montreal Alouettes quarterback, defensive back Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1997
1956 Parkhurst Normie Kwong 1956 Parkhurst 3 Normie Kwong Edmonton Eskimos fullback Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1969 Kwong served as the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta from 2005 to 2010. PSA 2
1956 Parkhurst John Bright 1956 Parkhurst 4 John Bright Edmonton Eskimos halfback Drake Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1970, College Hall of Fame 1984
1956 Parkhurst Jackie Parker 1956 Parkhurst 5 Jackie Parker Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Mississippi Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1971, College Hall of Fame 1976 PSA 5, PSA 3
1956 Parkhurst Rollie Miles 1956 Parkhurst 8 Rollie Miles Edmonton Eskimos running back, defensive back St. Augustine Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1980 PSA 4
1956 Parkhurst Frank Morris 1956 Parkhurst 10 Frank Morris Edmonton Eskimos guard Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983
1956 Parkhurst Martin Ruby 1956 Parkhurst 11 Martin Ruby Saskatchewan Roughriders tackle Texas A and M Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1974
1956 Parkhurst Bill Clarke 1956 Parkhurst 13 Bill Clarke Saskatchewan Roughriders tackle Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1996
1956 Parkhurst Harvey Wylie 1956 Parkhurst 27 Harvey Wylie Calgary Stampeders defensive back Montana State Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1980
1956 Parkhurst Herb Gray 1956 Parkhurst 32 Herb Gray Winnipeg Blue Bombers end Texas Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983 PSA 3
1956 Parkhurst Bud Grant 1956 Parkhurst 37 Bud Grant Winnipeg Blue Bombers end, defensive end Minnesota Canadian Football Hall of Fame 1983, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1994, Vikings Ring of Honor 1998 Grant and Warren Moon are the only people to have been elected to both the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Grant also played basketball for two seasons with the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers won the NBA Championship in 1950, at the end of his first season.