College Hall Of Fame Football Cards

Image Set # Card Title/Players Pro Team Position College Honors Notes Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Dan Fortmann 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 13 Dan Fortmann guard Colgate Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965, College Hall of Fame 1978 Fortmann was All-NFL for the Bears for six straight seasons, 1938-1943.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Otto Graham 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 14 Otto Graham quarterback Northwestern College Hall of Fame 1956, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965, Browns Ring of Honor 2010 In the ten seasons that Graham was quarterback for the Browns, the team had a regular season record of 105-17-4.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Red Grange 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 15 Red Grange quarterback Illinois College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 exmt
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Mel Hein 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 17 Mel Hein center Washington State College Hall of Fame 1954, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Giants Ring of Honor 2010 Hein started at center for the Giants for 15 years. He was the NFL MVP in 1938.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Fats Henry 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 18 Fats Henry tackle Washington and Jefferson College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 Henry dropped-kicked a 45-yard field goal in 1922, setting an NFL record for longest field goal. The record stood for 12 years.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Clarke Hinkle 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 20 Clarke Hinkle fullback Bucknell Pro Football Hall of Fame 1964, College Hall of Fame 1971, Packers Hall of Fame 1972 Hinkle was the NFL's leading career rusher when he retired after the 1941 season.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Elroy Hirsch 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 21 Elroy Hirsch end, halfback Wisconsin, Michigan Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, College Hall of Fame 1974 Hirsch was named the NFL's all-time flanker in 1969.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Cal Hubbard 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 22 Cal Hubbard tackle Centenary, Geneva College Hall of Fame 1962, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Packers Hall of Fame 1970
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Don Hutson 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 24 Don Hutson end Alabama College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Packers Hall of Fame 1972 Hutson led the NFL in receptions eight times and in touchdown receptions nine times.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Bobby Layne 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 26 Bobby Layne quarterback Texas Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, College Hall of Fame 1968, Steelers Legends Team When Layne retired, he held the NFL records for career completions, passing yards, and passing touchdowns.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Sid Luckman 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 28 Sid Luckman quarterback Columbia College Hall of Fame 1960, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965 Luckman and the Bears beat the Redskins 73-0 in the 1940 NFL championship game.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Ollie Matson 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 30 Ollie Matson fullback, defensive back San Francisco Pro Football Hall of Fame 1972, College Hall of Fame 1976, Eagles Honor Roll 1987, Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006 Matson made the Pro Bowl his first six seasons in the NFL, 1952 and 1954-1958. (He was in the military for the 1953 season.)
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll George McAfee 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 31 George McAfee halfback Duke College Hall of Fame 1961, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1966 McAfee made the Hall of Fame despite missing 3 seasons in the middle of his career to serve in World War II. nm
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Hugh McElhenny 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 32 Hugh McElhenny halfback Washington Pro Football Hall of Fame 1970, College Hall of Fame 1981, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009 McElhenny made the Pro Bowl in 6 of his 13 seasons. nm
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Bronko Nagurski 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 35 Bronko Nagurski fullback, linebacker Minnesota College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 Nagurski retired in 1937, but he returned to the Bears in 1943 and helped them win the NFL championship.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Ernie Nevers 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 36 Ernie Nevers fullback Stanford College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963, Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006 Nevers scored 6 rushing touchdowns and a total of 40 points in a game against the Bears in 1929. Those are both still NFL records.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Leo Nomellini 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 37 Leo Nomellini defensive tackle Minnesota Pro Football Hall of Fame 1969, College Hall of Fame 1977, 49ers Hall of Fame 2009 Nomellini played in every regular-season game for the 49ers from 1950 to 1963. exmt
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Pete Pihos 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 40 Pete Pihos end Indiana College Hall of Fame 1966, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1970, Eagles Honor Roll 1987 Pihos led the NFL in receptions in each of his last three seasons, 1953 to 1955.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Ken Strong 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 42 Ken Strong halfback NYU College Hall of Fame 1957, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, Giants Ring of Honor 2010 Strong retired in 1939, but the Giants brought him back as a kicker in 1944. He played four more seasons. exmt
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Jim Thorpe 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 43 Jim Thorpe halfback Carlisle College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963 Thorpe was the NFL's first president. He also played six seasons of major league baseball.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Charley Trippi 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 45 Charley Trippi halfback Georgia College Hall of Fame 1959, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006 At various times, Trippi was a halfback, quarterback, punt returner, kick returner, defensive back, and punter for the Cardinals.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Bulldog Turner 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 47 Bulldog Turner center, linebacker Hardin-Simmons College Hall of Fame 1960, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1966 Turner was named to the All-NFL team in 6 of his 13 seasons with the Bears.
1974 Fleer Immortal Roll Norm Van Brocklin 1974 Fleer Immortal Roll 48 Norm Van Brocklin quarterback, coach Oregon College Hall of Fame 1966, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1971, Eagles Honor Roll 1987 Van Brocklin passed for 554 yards in a game against the New York Yanks in 1951. That is still an NFL record.
1974 Nebraska Playing Cards Tom Osborne 1974 Nebraska Playing Cards 1S Tom Osborne wide receiver, coach Hastings College Hall of Fame 1999 Osborne played for the Washington Redskins in 1960 and 1961, but he did not appear on a card as a player. nm
1974 Parker Brothers Don McCauley 1974 Parker Brothers 43 Don McCauley Baltimore Colts running back North Carolina College Hall of Fame 2001 McCauley placed ninth in voting for the Heisman Trophy in 1970. See my page of football cards of Heisman Trophy candidates.