Halfback Football Cards
|Image||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Grades available at Nearmint Sports Cards|
|1894 Mayo Cut Plug||30||Brinck Thorne||halfback||Yale||College Hall of Fame 1970|
|1924 Lafayette||5||Frank Chicknoski||halfback||Lafayette|
|1924 Lafayette||14||Frank Kirkleski||halfback||Lafayette||Kirkleski played four seasons in the NFL: one for the Pottsville Maroons, two for the Orange/Newark Tornadoes, and one for the Brooklyn Dodgers.|
|1924 Lafayette||17||Jim McGarvey||halfback||Lafayette|
|1924 Lafayette||18||Bob Millman||halfback||Lafayette||Millman played three seasons for the NFL's Pottsville Maroons.|
|1926 Spalding Champions||1||Peggy Flournoy||halfback||Tulane|
|1926 Spalding Champions||5||Walter Koppisch||halfback||Columbia||College Hall of Fame 1981|
|1926 Spalding Champions||11||Swede Oberlander||halfback||Dartmouth|
|1926 Spalding Champions||12||Eddie Tryon||halfback||Colgate||College Hall of Fame 1963|
|1933 Sport Kings||6||Jim Thorpe||halfback||Carlisle||College Hall of Fame 1951, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1963||Rookie card
Thorpe also appeared on baseball cards and Olympics cards. You can see one of each on the Gallery's Cards in Multiple Sports page.
|1935 National Chicle||2||Bo Molenda||New York Giants||fullback, halfback||Michigan||Rookie card|
|1935 National Chicle||4||Ed Matesic||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback, tailback||Pittsburgh||Rookie card|
|1935 National Chicle||7||Ken Strong||New York Giants||halfback||NYU||College Hall of Fame 1957, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1967, Giants Ring of Honor 2010||Rookie card||PSA 8|
|1935 National Chicle||19||Ralph Kercheval||Brooklyn Dodgers||halfback||Kentucky||Rookie card|
|1935 National Chicle||20||Warren Heller||Pittsburgh Pirates||halfback, tailback||Pittsburgh||Rookie card|
|1935 National Chicle||23||Beattie Feathers||Chicago Bears||halfback||Tennessee||College Hall of Fame 1955||Rookie card
Feathers averaged 8.44 yards per carry in 1934, still an NFL record.
|1946 Sears Browns||3||Fred Evans||Cleveland Browns||halfback||Notre Dame||Playing for the Bears in a game in 1948, Evans recovered 2 fumbles for touchdowns. That is still an NFL record.|
|1948 Bowman||5||Bill DeCorrevont||Chicago Cardinals||halfback||Northwestern||Rookie card||PSA 8, exmt oc|
|1948 Bowman||7||Steve Van Buren||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback||LSU||Pro Football Hall of Fame 1965, Eagles Honor Roll 1987||Rookie card
According to his page on the Pro Football Hall of Fame web site, Van Buren failed to make his high school football team as a sophomore.
|1948 Bowman||8||Kenny Washington||Los Angeles Rams||fullback, halfback||UCLA||College Hall of Fame 1956||Rookie card||vg-ex|
|1948 Bowman||14||Frank Seno||Boston Yanks||halfback||George Washington||Rookie card
Seno intercepted 10 passes in 1947, tying Frank Reagan for most in the NFL.
|1948 Bowman||17||Charley Trippi||Chicago Cardinals||halfback||Georgia||College Hall of Fame 1959, Pro Football Hall of Fame 1968, Cardinals Ring of Honor 2006||Rookie card
The Chicago Cardinals chose Trippi with the first overall pick in the 1945 NFL draft.
|PSA 6, good|
|1948 Bowman||19||Art Faircloth||New York Giants||halfback, defensive back||North Carolina State, Guilford||Rookie card||PSA 6|
|1948 Bowman||23||Don Kindt||Chicago Bears||halfback, defensive back||Wisconsin||Rookie card
Kindt's son, Don Kindt Jr., played for the Chicago Bears in 1987.
|1948 Bowman||25||Pat McHugh||Philadelphia Eagles||halfback||Georgia Tech||Rookie card||ex|