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Bill Ferguson (Inducted - 1988)
  • Hometown - Corpus Christi, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1967-69)

Accolades:
  • Second Team All-American (1969)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1969)
  • Member of 1969 Southwest Conference Co-Championship Team
  • Led the Frogs in home runs and batting average during the 1969 season
  • Selected as Most Valuable Player on the baseball team in 1968
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 1969 MLB Draft

Clyde Flowers
  • Hometown - Perryton, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1942-44)

Accolades:
  • First Team All-American (1944)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1943 | 1944)
  • Honored with the 1942 Grassy Hinton Award
  • Honored with the 1943 Rogers' Trophy
  • Played in the 1943 East-West Shrine Game and 1945 College All-Star Game

Keith Flowers
  • Hometown - Perryton, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1949-51)

Accolades:
  • First Team All-American (1951)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1951)
  • Honored with the 1951 Rogers' Trophy
  • Selected as the Southwest Conference Outstanding Linebacker (1951)
  • Cotton Bowl MVP (1951)
  • Drafted and played for the Dallas Texans (1952)

Don Floyd
  • Hometown - Midlothian, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1957-59)

Accolades:
  • First Team All-American (1958 | 1959)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1959)
  • Member of the 1958 and 1959 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Played in the 1960 Senior Bowl and 1960 East-West Shrine Game
  • Drafted and played for the Houston Oilers (1960-67)

Steve Garmon (Inducted - 2006)
  • Hometown - Groom, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1963-64)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1963 | 1964)
  • Honored with the 1963 and 1964 Rogers' Trophy
  • Played in the 1965 East-West Shrine Game

Sonny Gibbs (Inducted - 1992)
  • Hometown - Graham, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1960-62)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1962)
  • Totaled 2,485 passing yards and 12 touchdowns during his three-year career
  • Honored with the 1961 Rogers' Trophy
  • Played in the 1962 East-West Shrine Game
  • Played in the 1963 Hula Bowl and 1963 College All-Star Game
  • Played for the Dallas Cowboys (1963) and Detroit Lions (1964)

John Grace (Inducted - 1993)
  • Hometown - Wichita Falls, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball (1969-72)

Accolades:
  • Pitched the only perfect game recorded in TCU history
  • Holds career lowest walks to innings pitched record
  • Former Secretary of TCU's Letterman's Association (1982-1994)
  • Member of the 1972 Southwest Conference Co-Championship Team

Jack Graves
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1931-33)

Accolades:
  • Member of TCU's first baseball team to win a Southwest Conference championship in 1933
  • Member of the 1932 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Served as team captain on the football field during the 1933 season

Judge A.D. Green (Inducted - 1973)
  • Sports - Football, Track, and Tennis (1920-23)

Accolades:
  • Lettered in football, track and field and tennis during his TCU career
  • Served as team captain for the football team during the 1922 season
  • Served as a member of TCU Athletics Council

Dr. Abe Greines (Inducted - 1974)
  • Sport - Football (1915-16)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1916)
  • Co-Founder of the Fort Worth Boys' Club
  • Honored with the 1968 Senior Citizen of Fort Worth Award

Howard Grubbs (Inducted - 1968)
  • Hometown - Kemp, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1927-30)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1929)
  • Starting quarterback for TCU's first-ever Southwest Conference Championship Team in 1932
  • Former TCU Athletics Director (1936-1950)
  • Former Executive Secretary of Southwest Conference (1950)

I.B. Hale (Inducted - 1970)
  • Hometown - Dallas, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1936-38)

Accolades:
  • Two-time All-American selection (1937 | 1938)
  • Member of the 1938 National Championship Team
  • Played on the 1937 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Played on the 1939 Sugar Bowl Championship Team
  • Played in the 1938 College All-Star Game

Johnny Hall
  • Hometown - Kaufman, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1936-38)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1938 National Championship Team
  • Member of the 1938 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Led the Frogs in receiving yards during the 1937 season
  • Member of the 1937 Cotton Bowl Team
  • Member of the 1939 Sugar Bowl Team
  • Played professionally for the Chicago Cardinals (1940-41, 1943) and Detroit Lions (1942)

Vernon Hallbeck (Inducted - 1994)
  • Hometown - San Benito, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Served as a member of the TCU coaching staff (1958-63)
  • Played in the CFL for Calgary (1957)

Norman Hamilton
  • Hometown - Vanderbilt, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1956)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1955 | 1956)
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Played in the 1957 College All-Star Game and 1957 Hula Bowl
  • Played in the CFL for the Montreal Alouttes (1957)

Marshall K. Harris (Inducted - 2012)
  • Sport - Football (1979)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference & Academic All-SWC Selection
  • Rogers Trophy Winner for Team MVP
  • Named to the NFL's 1980 All-Rookie Team
  • NFL career with the Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots and USFL's New Jersey Generals

Marshall Harris (Inducted - 2009)
  • Hometown - Deland, Florida
  • Sport - Football (1951-53)

Accolades:
  • Academic All-American (1952)
  • Member of the 1951 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Member of the 1952 Cotton Bowl Team
  • Lettered on three occasions (1951 | 1952 | 1953)
  • Served in the United States Air Force for 22 years where he flew over 300 combat missions
  • Honored with the Distinguished Flying Cross Award on two occasions

Sherrill Headrick
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1957-58)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1958)
  • Member of the 1958 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Played for the Dallas Texans (1960-62), Kansas City Chiefs (1963-67) and Cincinnati Bengals (1968)
  • Member of the 1966 Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs
  • Selected as a First or Second Team All-Pro in each professional season

J.J. Henry (Inducted - 2009)
  • Hometown - Fairfield, Conn.
  • Sport - Men's Golf (1995-98)

Accolades:
  • First TCU golfer to earn All-American honors in three straight seasons (1996 | 1997 | 1998)
  • Golfweek/Taylor Made Co-College Player of the Year (1998)
  • Western Athletic Conference Golfer of the Year (1998)
  • Finished second overall at the 1998 NCAA Championships
  • PGA Tour veteran and member of the 206 Ryder Cup and World Cup teams

Ray Hill
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1953-54)

Accolades:
  • Selected to the All-Marine Corps football team
  • Became a high school teacher and coach in the State of Texas

Grassy Hinton (Inducted - 1974)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1930-32)

Accolades:
  • Scored first-ever touchdown in Amon G. Carter Stadium versus Arkansas (1930)
  • Selected as the top outfielder on the TCU baseball team during the 1932 season

Carven Holcomb (Inducted - 2004)
  • Hometown - Houston, Texas
  • Sport - Basketball (1984-87)

Accolades:
  • Member of two Southwest Conference Championship Teams (1985-86 | 1986-87)
  • Southwest Conference Player of the Year (1987)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1987)
  • Ranks third in the all-time scoring list (1,734 points)

Frank Horak (Inducted - 1993)
  • Hometown - Caldwell, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1964-66)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1965 | 1966)
  • Played in the 1966 East-West Shrine Game and 1966 Senior Bowl
  • Second Team All-American (1965)
  • One of four TCU players in history to return a kick-off 100 yards
  • Drafted by the Los Angeles Rams (1967)

Royce Huffman II (Inducted - 2010)
  • Hometown - Missouri City, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball, Football

Accolades:
  • A two sport standout in both baseball and football
  • Three-time All-America in baseball and WAC Player of the Year
  • Two-time all conference selection in football
  • Holds seven TCU baseball records

Buddy Iles (Inducted - 1988)
  • Hometown - New London, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1958-61)

Accolades:
  • Academic All-American (1961)
  • Honorable Mention All-American (1960 | 1961)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1960 | 1961)
  • Led the Southwest Conference in receiving yards (479 yards) during the 1961 season
  • Most Valuable Player of the 1962 East-West Shrine Game
  • Played in the 1962 Hula Bowl
  • Caught the touchdown pass that turned out to be the 10th greatest upset in NCAA history (vs. Texas 1961)
  • Honored with the 2002 Frog of Fame Award

Dan Jenkins (Inducted - 1996)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Golf (1950-53)

Accolades:
  • Legendary sports reporter for the Dallas Times Herald, Sports Illustrated and Golf Digest
  • Authored over 17 books, including seven best sellers (three of which became movies)
  • Seven-time winner of "Best Story of the Year" by Golf Writers Association of America
  • Inducted into the World Sports Writers Hall of Fame, Texas Golf Hall of Fame and National Sportscasters and Writers Hall of Fame

Frank Johnstone (Inducted - 1991)
  • Hometown - Alvin, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball (1971-74)

Accolades:
  • First Team All-American (1974)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1972)
  • Led team in ERA, strikeouts, innings pitched and victories on three occasions (1972 | 1973 | 1974)
  • Posted TCU's record for career victories (38) and career complete games (37)

Steve Judy (Inducted - 1985)
  • Hometown - Longview, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1969-71)

Accolades:
  • Honored with the 1971 Rogers' Trophy
  • Played in the 1971 Blue-Grey Game
  • Ranks sixth in career yards passing (3,886) at TCU